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Elevation Rhythm drops brand-new song, 'Goodbye Yesterday,' with Gracie Binion


Fri, May 3rd 2024 04:55 pm

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Elevation Rhythm releases a brand-new song, “Goodbye Yesterday,” with Gracie Binion. The new song was written by Steven Furtick, Joshua Holiday, Mitch Wong and Binion. Listen now to the new song.

“ ‘Goodbye Yesterday’ is our salvation anthem, full of hope and expectation for living in the light of a new day,” Holiday said. “We reimagined a familiar hymn for our bridge that feels both nostalgic and energetic. The song serves as a declaration to follow Jesus. I hope you love it.”

This release follows the group’s recent collaboration, “Praises (remix)” with Forrest Frank, released earlier this year. Birthed out of the church’s high-energy Wednesday night youth gatherings, Elevation Rhythm is a group made up of a revolving reserve of diverse songwriters, creatives, and guest artists.

Elevation Rhythm was part of the sold-out February run of “Elevation Nights,” one of the largest Christian tours in history averaging more than 11,600 tickets sold each night. The group will also be featured in the upcoming fall tour of “Elevation Nights ‘24” with Elevation Worship and Pastor Steven Furtick hitting eight West Coast markets. For more information, visit ElevationNights.com.

More on Elevation Rhythm

Elevation Rhythm is an essential part of the DNA of Elevation Church based in Charlotte, North Carolina, and sets the musical compass for Elevation’s younger generation of worshipers. After releasing a handful of songs such as “Quiet” and the No. 1 Christian CHR / HOT AC radio single “Never Walk Away,” the group released its first full-length album, “Growing Pains,” in the spring of 2022. Elevation Rhythm followed that project with a fun, summer anthem, "Aquí Estoy." The group released its sophomore album, “This Is The Gospel,” in 2023, which featured the original version of “Praises.” Unlike their emotionally focused debut, “This Is The Gospel,” is not only a work of art but a testament to faith. In 2024, the group released the collaboration “Praises (remix)” with Forrest Frank. Find out more by visiting elevationrhythm.com.

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