Album: Matt Redman: « Unbroken Praise » (2015):


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Unbroken Praise is the twelfth worship album from Matt Redman. Recorded live at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, with an audience of 300 worship leaders, it features tracks co-written with other UK and international songwriters.

Matt Redman is one of the world’s leading worship songwriters, whose songs are sung each week in thousands of churches worldwide. His intimate, accessible and relevant songs have been inspiring praise since he began leading worship at Soul Survivor at the age of 15, under the leadership of Mike Pilavachi. 

On Unbroken Praise, as with his previous albums, he has written a collection of songs which communicate God’s timeless truth, and are musically fresh and engaging. 

Abbey Road, ‘the most famous recording studio in the world’, has been host to some of music’s biggest names, like Pink Floyd, Ella Fitzgerald and, of course, The Beatles. On Unbroken Praise, Matt Redman and his band have transformed the studios to capture the spirit of a live worship experience.

The cover art echoes the famous Abbey Road sign, and features signatures from everyone who made the album possible: songwriters, musicians, producers, technicians, and many more. 

About the album, Matt says, « Unbroken Praise reveals a heart not wanting to be beaten down by the things of life, but to actually increase worship in those moments. »

Matt Redman’s previous album, ‘Your Grace Finds Me’, debuted at number one on the Soundscan Christian Music Chart. He has written some of the world’s most well-known worship songs, like ‘Better Is One Day’, ‘Undignified’, ‘You Never Let Go’ and ‘Bless The Lord (10,000 Reasons)’, which won him two Grammy awards.

Unbroken Praise CD by Matt Redman was published by Integrity in June 2015

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