Soulfire Revolution "Revival" by Brianne Bellomy (cmaddict.com) on 2013-08-10 14:17:43
How does a virtually unknown group gets the likes of Toby Mac, Martin Smith (formally of Delirious?) and Kim Walker-Smith (Jesus Culture) to help them out??? They have an amazing passion and vision of how to change our world. From their own website, “WE DON´T NEED MORE RELIGION WE NEED MORE OF GOD´S POWER”.
This freshman album is a mixture of loud drums, synthesizers, and powerful lyrics. The group, originally from Bogota, Colombia, has a passion to “win souls and make disciples”. As you move from track to track you can't help but get drawn in and connect to the words flowing into your ears. For those fans of TobyMac who are curious, you will be in for a rarity. A much slower, smoother version of his rap roots. Those missing the likes of Delirious? will enjoy Martin Smith's vocal additions to “Count The Stars.”
From the beginning to the end, these songs will lift your soul and awaken your heart. Let their be a Revival in all of us.
The title track “Revival” has it's own website for those specifically in Brasil offering a free download of “Aviva”. Check it out here
Rating: 4 out of 5
Genre: Electronic / Worship
Label: Sparrow Records
Release Date: August 13, 2013
Buy it: Amazon - iTunes
01 Revival (featuring Kim Walker-Smith)
02 Hallowed Be Your Name
03 What An Awesome God
04 Spirit Break Out (featuring TobyMac)
06 Count The Stars (featuring Martin Smith)
07 Awaken My Heart
08 We Sing
09 So Much More
10 Place Of Surrender
11 All Yours
12 Just One Drop
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