New Hymns

Worship & Song
Lauren Daigle’s “You Say” continues to reign on the Christian music chart, having now spent half a year in the #1 position.  The song is also making a dent on the pop chart, and has even been heard playing in Stop & Shop!

February continues to see a strong release schedule of new Christian singles and albums.  On this page we’ve chosen some of the best new music of 2019.  We hope you enjoy our selections.  We wish a happy, heathy and blessed New Year to all of our readers!

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People & Songs ~ Throne Room Song
One of the year’s quickest hits has been “Throne Room Song,” which made the top ten the day of its release, despite being their debut single!  Prepare to be blessed!

Bethel Music ~ Raise a Hallelujah
Bethel Music’s new album Victory has been introduced by a parade of singles that include Phil Wickham’s “Living Hope” and Josh Baldwin’s “Stand in Your Love.”  But the most resonant track is the opener, “Raise a Hallelujah,” which invites worshippers to “sing a little louder!”

Vineyard Worship ~ You’re Carrying Me
Vineyard Worship has set out to release one single a month throughout 2019.  Their February release is the calm and reassuring “You’re Carrying Me,” which stands on the foundation of trust in God.

Children of Inheritance ~ I See This Nation
Everybody knows Hillsong and most people know Vineyard, but this year another Australian worship band is seeking to win hearts for Christ.  The first taste of their warm and welcoming worship style can be seen and heard on “I See This Nation.”

Hillsong UNITED ~ Good Grace
Speaking of Hillsong, the UNITED branch later returns this year with a U.S. tour and their first album since Wonder.  “Good Grace” is the first single, making waves at Christian radio in its fully electric form, but intimate and beautiful in its acoustic version, heard here (and followed by an interview at 4:39).  Don’t let your heart be troubled; hold your head up high.  Don’t fear no evil, fix your eyes on this one truth: God is madly in love with you!

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