WorshipMob "Carry The Fire"
by Brianne Bellomy (cmaddict.com) on 2015-02-13 10:12:24

The name Worshipmob brings a great picture to my mind. A huge group of worshipers coming together in one voice. Worhsipmob is just that - a collective of worship leaders from diverse churches and denominations. They come together to support each other with it's mission being to create a worship movement that unifies the global body of believers to the glory of God. This goal is evident in each and every song on this, their first album, as well as in their videos that have gained them notoriety via YouTube.

They have a similar feel to other worship oriented groups currently out there like Bethel Music, Jesus Culture, or Hillsong United. Many of their songs are simply covers from these other popular groups, however their original songs are extremely powerful. The lyrics themselves touch on feelings and emotions we all deal with at different times while conveying a purity of emotion that can be felt in the heart. The songs start with one simple voice, but as the group melts into the background it produces a sound that just draws you in. I find that the cover songs on the album are more enjoyable to listen to, easier to listen to. They have a less cluttered, more pure sound to them. The focus is more on the voices than the instruments playing behind them which allows you to connect with the lyrics and be emotionally present.

Overall this is a great first album that truly represents who Worshipmob is. You can't help but find yourself singing along with each song while letting go of whatever you may be holding on to. This album will be a great addition to your collection and perfect for those times when you just need to let go and be with God for a while.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5

Genre: Worship
Label: Integrity Music
Release Date: March 3, 2015
Buy it: Amazon

1. Satisfy
2. Our Father Has Won
3. Arrested By Grace
4. We Are Yours
5. Love Outran Me
6. You Make Me Brave
7. Downpour
8. Here With You
9. More & More Of You
10. Light Up The World
11. Oceans
12. Love Break Down These Walls

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