New Jesus Culture album coming this summer
Jesus Culture released a brand-new song, "Everything That Has Breath (Praise)," with worship leaders Bryan & Katie Torwalt. Click here to listen to the song or below for the video.
This song of praise was recorded live in Costa Mesa, California, and will be featured on the forthcoming Jesus Culture project this summer, which will be the first new project from the collective artists since 2020's two-volume “Church” project.
"Praise is mentioned more than 200 times in the Bible and, not only is it a weapon in our hand, it is what we were created to do," Katie Torwalt said about the inspiration for the new song. "Praise is our overflowing response to the revelation of God and all his goodness. Sometimes praise comes pouring out of us and sometimes, like David, we command our soul to praise."
The Torwalts have been part of Jesus Culture Music since 2010. Their debut album featured the Grammy-Award-winning song, "Holy Spirit," which opened the doors for many to experience worship in a powerful way.
Torwalt said, "As we sat down to write about praise and bringing Jesus something that 'costs us something,' we were reminded again to bring our sacrifice of praise in all seasons. He is worthy today and every day. We pray this song gives us a new language to lift our voices to him!"
More About Jesus Culture
Jesus Culture is a church community of revivalists whose heart is to see a generation impacted through encounters with the presence of God. The Jesus Culture movement began 20 years ago and continues today at their local church in Sacramento, California. Jesus Culture is focused on equipping young and old to transform society by living in community, growing in the Word of God, discipleship, and living lives surrendered to Jesus in passionate worship.
They recorded their first album in 2005 at their youth and young adult conference in Redding, California. They have since released 11 live albums, not including “Church,” their most recent release. They have sold more than 3 million albums worldwide and garnered more than 4 million followers on social media and over 83 million views on YouTube.
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