MATT REDMAN, bekend van 10.000 REASONS en YOU NEVER LET GO, presenteert GLORY SONG: een verzameling gloednieuwe aanbiddingsliederen die putten uit diverse muziekgenres en zo verfrist en vernieuwend klinken. Zo verwerkte Matt gospelinvloeden in deze liederen, waarbij hij gastartiesten Tasha Cobbs Leonard en Kierra Sheard gebruikt. Matt Redman heeft de gave om verwondering over God om te zetten in aansprekende, toegankelijke aanbiddingsmuziek. Dat talent krijgt volop de ruimte op GLORY SONG.
Recorded at the legendary Capitol Studios in Los Angeles, Matt Redman’s Glory Song will release on Sept. 29 with sixstepsrecords, Capitol CMG. The two-time GRAMMY® winner’s newest collection of songs explores a sonically diverse musical backdrop, including uniting with 120 local worship leaders and songwriters on group vocals and special collaborations with fellow GRAMMY® winner Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Kierra Sheard. Glory Song was co-produced by Jeremy Edwardson (Jesus Culture, Bethel Music) and Jeremy SH Griffith (Johnnyswim, Andy Mineo). Fellow GRAMMY® winning songwriters including Bernie Herms, Aaron Lindsey, Chris Tomlin, Jonas Myrin and Ed Cash joined Redman on this latest release. The first single from Redman’s 13th album , “Gracefully Broken” featuresTasha Cobbs Leonard.
“I’d made three live albums in a row, so this time around we decided to get back to recording in the studio and I was beyond grateful to get to do that at such an iconic place – Capitol Studios in LA,” explains Redman. “My aim from the beginning was to bring a bit more of a ‘gospel’ sound to proceedings. Recently I’ve been inspired by worship leaders like Tasha Cobbs Leonard, but also so aware of how little our various streams of the church seem to proactively reach out and work and worship with each other. So this record hopefully still sounds like me, but you’ll also hear the likes of Tasha, Kierra Sheard and a gospel choir in the mix too – and I love what they bring. Perhaps the biggest highlight of all was getting to record acoustic videos for the songs on the roof of the Capitol building, looking over LA as the sun went down – such a special moment that I’ll never forget.”