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Cody Carnes releases new song, 'Heaven Fall'

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Fri, Mar 8th 2019 05:30 pm

Worship leader and songwriter Cody Carnes is releasing a new song, "Heaven Fall," today. This marks the second song this year that Carnes has released. Check out the new song available everywhere HERE.

' ‘Heaven Fall' came from a realization through James 1:17 – that every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from God the father," Carnes said. "When we experience a glimpse of heaven through his presence, everything that he is comes with it. His peace, joy, mercy, power, hope, love, etc. This song started as a prayer to say, 'God, I desire everything you are and I raise my faith and expectation to believe that you can do anything you want to do!' "

Earlier this year, Carnes released the song "Nothing Else," which he performed live at Passion 2019 for more than 40,000 young adults. The song continues to connect with listeners with its raw message. The live version from Passion will be released in April. Click HERE to watch Carnes talk about the idea behind the song and HERE to see the live Passion performance.

Carnes will be heading out with Elevation Worship on the "Hallelujah Here Below Tour" beginning March 18. Following that tour, he will be on the Spring "Outcry Tour" at the end of April.

About Cody Carnes

Carnes is a worship leader and songwriter whose passion is to create a meeting place for God and people with music. He spends most of his time traveling and leading worship with his wife, Kari Jobe Carnes. The couple has co-written numerous songs together, including "Closer To Your Heart," "The Garden" and "Lover Of My Soul" from her album “The Garden,” and "Let The Heavens Open" from her album “Majestic.” He also wrote "The Cross Has The Final Word" – a hopeful, declarative anthem about the overcoming power of Jesus' name. His debut album, “The Darker The Night / The Brighter The Morning,” released September 2017 with Capitol Christian Music Group.

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