(Nashville, Tennessee) - Worship artist David Glenn returns this week with his new single, “Church Triumphant.” Produced by Swaff (whose credits include 7eventh Time Down, Family Force 5, After Edmund) at Atlanta’s famed Rockporium, the new worship anthem is available now at iTunes from Evident Music.
“I'm always writing with a congregation in mind and ‘Church Triumphant’ was no different,” says Glenn, who often draws comparisons to contemporaries like Chris Tomlin and Passion. “During one of my writing sessions with Jason Cox, I told him that we needed to write a song for the church to sing about who we are corporately, as a body – the Body of Christ. ‘Church Triumphant’ is a powerful, driving reminder of who we are and why we are here.”
Worship leaders will be excited to know that “Church Triumphant” is available at CCLI, and the charts, lead sheets and click track loops are available on PraiseCharts.com. Worship resource videos will be releasing soon, including a bass and drum tutorial.
Glenn’s first national album, “Relentless,” was released in 2013 by Glenn’s own Evident Music label. Originally released only to digital outlets, early buzz and a Top 25 debut on the iTunes Christian and Gospel Albums Chart led to a national distribution deal with Nashville-based Elevate Entertainment, who quickly placed the album in stores nationwide.
Worship Leader Magazine selected his song “You Reign” for their popular Song DISCovery series, and Glenn has been featured on numerous television programs including LESEA Broadcasting’s “The Harvest Show,” Cornerstone Television Network’s “Real Life,” Christian Television Network’s “The Good Life,” nationally syndicated talk show “Babbie’s House,” “Atlanta Live” and more. Glenn has toured with Newsong and shared the stage with Hawk Nelson, Earl Bynum and others.
Glenn is currently in the studio working on a new album, due later this year.
Release Date: June 9, 2017 Reviewer: Michael Tackett Rating: 4.5 stars
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ARTICLE Slightly Obsessed #190: A Warbird’s Lesson
On a recent hot July day, we took in an air show in our town. Vintage planes, including a couple of impressive old warbirds, sat majestically on the tarmac for inspection as we darted from wing to wing to find relief from the withering heat.
These planes are still operable, so although some of them were open for people to walk through, the cockpits were off-limits for obvious reasons. No one wanted a tragedy to happen because an unauthorized person tampered with the controls. People who don’t know what they’re doing shouldn’t be in control.