Lauren Daigle "How Can It Be" by Brianne Bellomy (cmaddict.com) on 2015-04-07 13:41:07
Lauren's first full length album, How Can It Be, is an extension of her release last September. Many of us are familiar with the title track as it has had substantial air time on various radio stations. That is just a taste of the rest of this album. With each of her songs based upon various Bible verses, the lyrics hit home in a beautiful reminder of God's promises to us.
Lauren's voice has a familiar feel to it. It reminds me of Amy Grant's younger days. The pure vocals mixed with a bit of grit. Each song within the album brings a heartfelt connection to what God's word tells us. The entire album flows seamlessly and allows for moments of individual worship as well as more corporate worship. The combo of the slower songs mixed with more upbeat songs allows for everyone to find what is just right for them.
Overall this is a solid first album in which I hope that she will produce more in the near future. Lauren has the ability to go far in her already well known career if she continues on this path of great music mixed with her pure sound.
Rating: 4 out of 5
Genre: Pop / Contemporary
Label: Centricity Records
Release Date: April 14, 2015
Buy it: Amazon - iTunes
How Can It Be
Trust In You
Power To Redeem [feat. All Sons & Daughters]
Here's My Heart
O'Lord (Album Version)
I Am Yours
Come Alive (Dry Bones)
Salt & Light
Once And For All
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