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Amazing worship mashup from Caleb + Kelsey

Caleb + Kelsey are a newleywed couple (including Caleb from Anthem Lights), and they've formed a music duo, mostly doing covers on YouTube.

Check out their latest worship mashup featuring "Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)" and "You Make Me Brave".


Lecrae visits Middle East, new interview in Relevant Magazine

If you don't already follow Lecrae on Instagram or Facebook, you should. The GRAMMY-winner has been in the Middle East visiting the US Military, and has been posting videos of his travels.

There's also a great new interview with Lecrae in the newest issue of RELEVANT Magazine, where he talks about his new tracks (new album out in the next few months), how he's changed since 2014's Anomaly album, and how racial injustice almost cost him everything.



Check out this new laid back indie rock/pop band called LOWERCASE committee. They are from Las Vegas, feature 3 brothers (and their friend on drums), and would please fans of Walk The Moon, Two Door Cinema Club, Foster the People, and Coldplay. I’m loving their new song titled “I Know”.

The band, formerly known as Three Cordalso has a pretty beautiful take on the Coldplay song, “The Scientist”.

Make sure to follow them on Facebook here.


The City Harmonic Release Final Live Album

After forming in 2009, and releasing some of my favourite Life FM worship songs (like "Manifesto" and "We Are One"), Canadian worship group The City Harmonic have called it quits.

They've wrapped up one final tour, and thankfully, recorded the shows to release one final live worship album, Benediction (Live), out everywhere right now.

You can watch the album trailer here:

BONUS: Read an interview the band did about their decision here



Tauren Wells Releases Solo Debut Album

Hills and Valleys, the solo debut album from Tauren Wells, is now available here (!!). The digital-only deluxe version features 15 songs, including the top-selling title track, which we're sure you've heard because we LOVE it.

Check out this sick acoustic performance:

The 11-song physical version of Hills and Valleys will be out on July 21.

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