I would love to see them in concert one day, and will definitely be sharing this group with our worship leaders at our church. I would love to hear them play some of this music for our worship. The sound is amazing, and you can just tell that the singers and musicians are talking directly about God and wanting us to be a part of the conversation.
Listening to the CD, I think my favorite song is “In Your Presence”. It has a great sound, and a great story of worship and God’s love. Well, all of the songs do, and they all have a great sound. This one just stood out to me!
I definitely recommend this album to anyone who enjoys a bit more contemporary Christian sound, and loves to get involved with their music that plays on the radio in the home, the car or on your iPod. This is one that I’m sure would be perfect for that commute to and from work!!
About The Album:
Let It Echo is the first album recorded live in front of their congregation in their new city where they planted the local expression of the Jesus Culture movement. The church celebrated the first anniversary of the campus in September, and these new recordings will go from their home base in California to the nations with the release of Let It Echo. This album includes 12 new songs featuring Kim Walker-Smith, Chris Quilala, Bryan & Katie Torwalt, and more.
“As we chose to praise through every circumstance, we became even more aware of the eternal kingdom that we are anchored in,” states Jesus Culture worship leader Chris Quilala. “Music and song have been healing for my soul, and as I began writing my heart was renewed with the truth that God is always good and always with us. One of the most rewarding moments of the year was the privilege of leading these songs at our new church. The church has been such a huge support through the hardest season of my life, and hearing them proclaim these songs at the top of their lungs felt like a beautiful sound of victory, not only for myself but for us as a community.”
“As a body we were able to come together and walk through different seasons of life and encounter joy, breakthrough, and freedom over the past year… these songs are really an expression of that – of personal victories but also of corporate victories.” – Chris Quilala
Jesus Culture is a community of worship leaders and musicians who’s heart is to see a generation impacted by encounters with the presence of God. Originating out of the Jesus Culture movement which began in 1999, they recorded their first album in 2005 at their youth and young adult conference in Redding, CA. Since then Jesus Culture has released 9 annual live albums and over 20 solo artist albums. Jesus Culture leads worship both at their local church in Sacramento, CA and abroad through conference events and worldwide tours. Their latest release, Unstoppable Love (2014), climbed to No. 2 on the iTunes overall chart and debuted at No. 25 on the Billboard Top 200 chart and No. 1 on the overall Top Christian/Gospel Albums Billboard retail chart. Jesus Culture has sold more than one million albums worldwide since their debut project in 2005 and garnered more than 3.8 million followers on social media and over 34.5 million views on YouTube. Jesus Culture is focused on equipping a generation to transform society by bringing people into an encounter with God’s love through worship and discipleship. The songs they release capture the heart of the movement.
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