Latest single, ‘Pour Over Me,’ is out now
Worship collective Jesus Culture will release a brand-new project, “Why Not Right Now?”, on July 21. The album can be presaved here. A new song, "Pour Over Me," from the forthcoming album, is out now. The album was recorded live in Costa Mesa, California. “Why Not Right Now?” is the first new project from Jesus Culture since 2020's two-volume “Church” project.
"Pour Over Me," is based on the scripture found in Isaiah and Acts and features worship leader and songwriter Chris Quilala. Click here for the live performance video.
"This song is a prayer acknowledging our need for him," Quilala said. "This is a cry for revival rain to fill us and transform us. Only he can satisfy the longing in our souls. It is the Spirit that fills us with this living water so that we will never thirst for worthless things. It is his spirit that brings new life to what has been dead and barren!"
As part of the Jesus Culture music community and Grammy-nominated group, Quilala has co-written well-known songs such as "Fierce," "In the River" and "Miracles." The new album features 14 live recorded tracks with the Jesus Culture worship artists, including the recently released song, "Everything That Has Breath (Praise)" with Bryan & Katie Torwalt.
More About Jesus Culture
Jesus Culture is a movement founded by Pastor Banning Liebscher in 1999 with a mandate to mobilize believers for revival in our day through churches, schools, resources, worship and events. The first Jesus Culture album, “Everything,” was recorded in 2005 and introduced a fresh sound of passionate live worship. Jesus Culture's second album, “We Cry Out,” featured worldwide worship anthems "How He Loves" by Kim Walker-Smith and "Your Love Is Everything" by Quilala. In 2012, Bryan & Katie Torwalt released "Holy Spirit," which became a worldwide church standard, a Top 10 CCM radio hit, and Grammy Award winner.
In addition to nine collaborative albums, Jesus Culture artists have released over 20 solo recordings from Bryan & Katie Torwalt, Quilala, Kim Walker-Smith, Chris McClarney, Kristene DiMarco and Derek Johnson.
Jesus Culture's anticipated new release, “Why Not Right Now?”, features anthems of revival that bring about a heart cry to see God move in this generation.
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