I don’t normally do this but I’m going to plug an album today. If you haven’t already checked out the David Crowder Band‘s newest project – Church Music, you really need to give it a listen. While it may not be your musical cup of tea (so to speak), I think it would still be a good listen for you.

I’ll say this up front – Church Music is heavily electronic but is definitely not a 1970s Moog synth over disco. Oh, no – this album has passion, bite, and lyrical truth and grace. It is very strong lyrically as well as musically.

In fact, I would go so far as to say that this Church Music is one of the best-produced new albums I’ve heard recently (not something often heard from me as my wife can attest). The album simply flows from start to finish as a singular work with thoughtful musical transitions joining individual tracks into nearly seamless a cohesive whole.

Big kudos from me to The David Crowder Band.

Check out the sample of Church Music below. If you like it, you can get the entire album on Amazon.com (affiliate link).

If you can’t see the video below, you can view it by clicking here.

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