It’s not easy when you are subscribed to Spotify but your best friend is on Apple Music and the leader of your worship team is on YouTube Music. You may think you are talking about the same version of the song only to discover you’ve been practicing the wrong parts. Or worse still, one person in the group can’t even find that song. What do you do share songs across music streaming services?
NF‘s newest album dropped and it’s lit guys.
I’ve listened to his other three albums countless times, even writing a review for them here, and I’m happy to say The Search didn’t disappoint.
I grew up in a house with very little music. It’s not that my parents didn’t like it. We just didn’t have a home stereo, and we kids preferred TV anyway. So the only time I ever heard rock music was in the car with my parents, and that meant that we were listening to oldies, like the Beach Boys or Motown. Not that I didn’t like that music. It was all I knew, aside from the random Carmen or Ray Boltz cassette tape.
So when I actually got a taste of current rock music in junior high, my tiny mind was blown. I can remember getting a sampler CD back then, and one of the tracks on it was “Saturn” by Skillet. It’s a much different sound than what many fans of Skillet are used to hearing today, but the spirit of inspiration, of looking out from where you are to that which is greater, is still the same.
Over the past few years, I’ve been listening to a lot of worship albums, and I have to say that there is a lot of talent in the Church. I also have to admit that I hadn’t head of Influencers Worship until I got this review album, but I’m glad I have! Influencers Worship new album Just the Cross has great live album energy and a collection of singable songs so that you can worship right along with it.
Passion is one of those groups that helps to drive the creative conversation in Church music. I appreciate that. A lot.
I’ve been a fan of Switchfoot since I saw them play for the first time in 2001. I married a Switchfoot fan whose love of the band stretches back to 1999. You are free to like whatever bands you want, but as for us and our household, we shall play Switchfoot. In fact, for my wife’s birthday, we’re going to see Switchfoot when they come to St. Louis in March.