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10 New Worships Albums You Need to Check Out

10 New Worships Albums You Need to Check Out

Spring has sprung, which means it’s officially the season of shaking off old things and embracing new ones. Maybe you had a tough winter, or an enjoyable one. Maybe you’re excited for spring, or you’re dreading it.

Whatever you have been feeling, one of the best things you can do right now is set some time aside to worship God. Listening to worship music has a way of helping us focus our sight on our good and perfect Father, who is worthy of endless praise. We’ve compiled a small list of some of our favorite newer worship albums that we’ve had on repeat. You won’t want to skip any of these:

10. Passion – Call on Heaven

It’s hard to capture a live experience on an album, but Call on Heaven is as close as it gets. With the entire Passion Music team and a few of our favorite worship artists like Cody Carnes, Brooke Ligertwood and Crowder, this album is what you need for your personal worship session. Call on Heaven features 14 new and familiar songs that will make you feel like you’re in a massive stadium in Atlanta worshipping with more than 55,000 students.

9. Ellie Holcomb – All of My Days

Today, Ellie Holcomb drops All of My Days, an album inspired by Psalms that have personally spoken to her through various times in her life. “Singing Scripture has been equivalent to a physical act of burying seeds of hope and truth and light deep in my heart,” Holcomb said. Holcomb turns the written word into a stunning melody full of truth and hope for any situation you find yourself in.

8. Victory Boyd – Glory Hour

Victory Boyd’s three part Glory Hour is a celebration of faith, resilience, and the triumph of God’s mercy. Boyd’s soulful vocals and infectious energy infuse each track with joy and hope, creating an atmosphere of exuberant praise. From the exultant “Rejoice” to the soul-stirring “I Knew It Was the Blood,” Glory Hour is an invitation to experience God’s presence in every moment.

7. Jonathan Ogden – Take Me Back

Take Me Back by Jonathan Ogden is a soul-stirring collection of songs that capture the heart of worship. Ogden’s heartfelt lyrics and soaring melodies create an atmosphere of intimacy and reverence, drawing listeners into a deeper encounter with God.

6. Anna Golden – Church (Deluxe/Live)

Recorded live, each track from rising worship artist Anna Golden’s Church pulsates with the energy of a congregation united in praise. From the anthemic “Glory to Gloy” to the intimate “The Church I Grew Up In,” Golden’s powerhouse vocals and raw authenticity shine through, making this deluxe edition a must-have for any worship enthusiast.

5. Chris Renzema – Manna

Chris Renzema’s Manna is a masterclass in vulnerability and grace. Renzema’s folk-infused soundscapes provide the perfect backdrop for his introspective lyrics, which grapple with doubt, longing and ultimately, profound faith. Standout tracks like “God & Prozac” and “Faith!?” showcase Renzema’s gift for storytelling and his ability to lead listeners on a journey of spiritual discovery.

4. Skye Peterson – Where the Winter Was

Singer-songwriter’s Skye Peterson vulnerably opens up about her faith journey on Where the Winter Was. With haunting vocals and atmospheric production, Peterson creates a soundscape that is as mysterious as it is beautiful, inviting listeners to embrace the mystery of God’s presence in the midst of uncertainty.

3. The Belonging Co. – TEN

On “TEN,” The Belonging Co. celebrates ten years of growth, exploring the ways God moved in obvious and not so obvious ways. The album revists some of the worship collective’s most meaningful songs, reimaging them in new and exciting ways.

2. One Voice Worship – The Table

One Voice Worship is one of the most exciting new worship collectives on the scene. Based in and around Seattle, Washington, this group is loudly bringing an invigorating and intimate voice to worship music. With songs like “More Like Jesus” and “Nobody Like You,” their worship will get you into a mindset focused only on God, a refreshing experience we all could use.

1. Caroline Cobb – Psalms

Caroline Cobb quietly dropped one of the best worship albums last year. Psalms is a masterful blend of Scriptures, storytelling and songcraft. With each track based on a different Psalm, Cobb takes listeners on a journey through the highs and lows of the human experience, offering comfort, wisdom and hope along the way.

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