Monday, January 25, 2021

New Music

Last Friday, Cochren & Co released their debut album, Don't Lose Hope. The 13-song project features Cochren & Co.'s back-to-back Top 10 Billboard Christian Airplay radio singles “Church (Take Me Back)” and “One Day,” along with the current Top 25 radio single “Who Can.” 

It's been just two years since Cochren & Co.'s debut. Helmed by Michael Cochren, he is one of two new artists to have two back-to-back Billboard Christian Airplay Top 10 radio singles as well as a GMA Dove Awards New Artist of the Year nomination. To date, Cochren & Co.'s debut single, 2018's “Church (Take Me Back),” gained a combined 30 million streams, and was nominated for a K-LOVE Fan Awards Breakout Single of the Year in 2019. Additionally, “One Day” gained more than 17 million streams in just one year.

Also, the band just released the official music video for "For My Good" from this album.


CCM artist, Pat Barrett just released a new single "Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly." This song is the title track for sophomore album of the same name. Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly will be released on February 26th. 

This new album was recorded over the span of two years and highlight Barrett as a worship leader as well as an artist/songwriter. The album also features guest artists such as Chris Tomlin on "As For Me" and Harolddd on "Lightning." Accompanying the studio project will be specially recorded live videos released over the next few months with appearances including Mack Brock, Chris Tomlin, Jon Reddick and Franni Rae Cash of We The Kingdom.


Grammy Award-winning and multi-platinum-selling Hillsong Worship announced the release of their latest single, “Fresh Wind.” 

Hillsong Worship, comprised of a diverse global community and built on the foundation of connection and community, was tasked with creating their newest release amidst the unprecedented challenge of isolation and travel restrictions. As a result, “Fresh Wind” was recorded across several continents, including Sydney, Australia and Los Angeles, CA.


Among Christian music’s most recognizable faces and voices for more than two decades, singer/songwriter, author and New Zealand native Phil Joel (of the Newsboys) is set for a highly anticipated return to the solo spotlight with Better Than I Found It. The six-song EP—written, recorded and produced entirely by Joel in his home studio during last year’s quarantine—is now available to download or stream.

The EP kicks off with the catchy, Beatles-esque title cut—a plea to leave our world better than we found it.

No comments:

Post a Comment