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    5 Worship Groups You Should Be Listening To!

    There’s nothing like discovering great new music—even better, new worship music! We’ve all come to know and love artists and groups like Hillsong United, Phil Wickham and Gungor. Now read below to discover five artists we think you, the Project Inspired community, will LOVE!

    1. Kings Kaleidoscope

    Listen as this group from Seattle’s Mars Hill Church does an upbeat rendition of two classic hymns, “All Creatures”/”Come Thou Fount,” here:

    2. Rend Collective

    This Northern Irish Christian group blends experimental music with a bit of folk rock. Their latest CD, The Art of Celebration, was just released. Here’s one song off that album, “Boldly I Approach”:

    3. John Mark McMillan

    This singer-songwriter has been around for a while now, but has been gaining steam lately in the worship world. His music is best described as alternative rock worship. Watch this video set in the beautiful landscape of New Zealand for his new song, “Heart Runs,” here:

    4. All Sons & Daughters

    There is no denying this—if you follow us on our social networks (here), (here) or (here), you’re familiar with this power duo. Their blend of folk music and soothing melodies make us rejoice out to God. Check out the video below…and just try not to lift your hands and glorify Him!

    5. The Digital Age

    We can’t get enough of this power group made up of four of the original members of the David Crowder Band. Their song “Captured” is a perfect praise and worship song that will get you up and jumping around.

    Girls, which worship artists/bands are you singing at your church these days? Are there any we should be on the lookout for?

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    18 COMMENTS

    1. I’ve been in love with Rend Collective for a few days, but KINGS KALEIDOSCOPE steals the show for me! I love worship, but these guys just found a way that I LOVE. Thank you for this article!

    2. Oh my gosh!! John Mark McMillan is one of my favorites!! But we sing a lot of Hillsong in my youth group, and we used to sing a lot of Tenth Avenue North before we got a new guitar player.

    3. When my friend and I lead worship together at my school we like to throw in a few songs that aren’t usually thotugh of as worship songs…We’ll play a Falling Up, Flyleaf, The Almost or Switchfoot song alot of times.
      We also love to listen to and play songs from Aaron Gillespie. He’s my favorite worship artist

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