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Mack Brock dives into uncharted territory with unveiling of 'Covered'

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Fri, Mar 8th 2019 05:30 pm

Worship leader Mack Brock announces his latest, “Covered,” set to release March 22. Documenting the five-time Dove Award nominee's own hopes, dreams, fears and anxieties in the midst of uncharted territory, “Covered” finds Brock unveiling his most vulnerable music to date.

“These songs have been me wrestling with God – fighting to accept that it's OK to let go and hand things over to him. To trust him,” Mack said. “Letting go doesn’t always take away the stress or anxiety right away, but it does give us the grace and peace we need to walk through it. To find rest in his presence, his sovereignty, his love and trust that we are ‘covered’ by him."

The follow up to his critically acclaimed solo-project, “Greater Things,” which garnered over 9 million streams globally since the debut’s release last fall, “Covered” is the continuation of the multifaceted creator's sojourn, an expression of Brock's total reliance and dependence on God. 

Following the album's release, Brock will join the Hillsong UNITED USA Tour 2019 on a coast-to-coast trek along with Bethel Music's Amanda Cook. For tickets or more information, go to http://www.mackbrock.com/.

“Covered” is now available for pre-order HERE.

About Mack Brock

Brock’s greatest passion is to lead people into a heightened awareness of the presence of God and to see individuals experience the breakthrough God has for them through worship. Having spent the past 15 years paving the landscape of modern worship, Brock has co-written some of the biggest songs in today's church, including “O Come To The Altar,” “Resurrecting,” “Here As In Heaven,” and “Do It Again,” all landing in the Top 100 on CCLI.

After serving as the music producer and a key worship leader with Elevation Worship for a decade, Brock felt called to leave to the ministry last year, documenting the step of faith in his first-ever solo-project, “Greater Things.”

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