Today Lilly and I shared some Artist News about Bethel Music, 7eventh Time Down and gave you chances to win with Song Poetry and Name That Tune!
Bethel Music News
Bethel Music’s newest record Victory debuting Jan. 25, 2019. Bethel is known for anthems like “No Longer Slaves,” “One Thing Remains”. On this album, they dropped songs in partnership with Josh Baldwin with the song “Stand in Your Love” and “Living Hope” with Brian and Jenn Johnson. This awaited collection reminds the listener that Bethel Music is a community of real people traversing life’s challenges and triumphs.
The personal stories behind this album though, are what really make it shine. A huge part of The band’s inspiration for Victory came from the fight for young Jaxon Taylor, Son of Bethel Music CEO Joel Taylor
“Last Christmas, we almost lost our son to a battle with a deadly disease,” shares Joel. “We spent five-weeks of sleepless nights in the hospital by his side as our prayers became our weapons and our worship became our warfare. In the battle for his life, the global church community rose up like a mighty army and joined us in prayer and worship all over the world. Our son was miraculously healed and today is perfectly healthy. For us, Victory has become a declaration of truth over hopelessness, a prophetic statement in the storm of adversity, and a battle-cry when facing the impossible. The battle belongs to our God, and our God is victorious!”
7eventh Time Down News
“Just Say Jesus” and “God Is On The Move” hitmakers 7eventh Time Down return March 1 with Brand New Day, the band’s highly anticipated fourth BEC studio recording. It features 10 tracks and builds on the pop/rock melodies and emotive lyrics that have come to define the 7eventh Time Down sound.
Brand New Day features “The 99,” a joyful anthem inspired by Luke 15’s Parable of the Lost Sheep. The new single is slated for adds at Christian radio January 18 and will be available digitally January 25. Additional highlights of Brand New Day include the title-cut, an embrace of complete surrender in Christ; the synth-punctuated rally cry “I Have Decided”; and “Let Me Tell You,” which includes a modern nod to the gospel classic “There’s Something About That Name.”
“You unravel me, with a melody
You surround me with a song
Of deliverance, from my enemies
Till all my fears are gone”
Short Form Feature: Todd 4th, Jaxon 5th
PSA/Promo: Hannah and Malisa 3rd, Lexie 4th
Imaging/Branding: Lilly 2nd
News/Sports Production: Hunter 3rd
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