The newly re-formed Newsboys deliver a powerhouse pop album.
Katy Perry’s former backup singer and American Idol alum releases engaging Christian debut.
Indigenous Hip-hop Duo Push Back on Harmful Stereotypes
Anima is a bizarre and beautiful new offering from Radiohead’s lead singer.
Founder of the Carolina Chocolate Drops wrestles with pain, loss and hope in her third solo album.
In the Canadian band’s last album, they say goodbye and explore endings of all kinds.
The Afters brew up a vulnerable, hopeful sixth album.
A stirring rock opera explores the lives of those from whom Jesus cast out demons.
A debut album from a top country songwriter showcases themes of identity in Christ.
The Irish folk group teams up with singers such as Vince Gill to fete traditional Irish songs
With a gentle 1970s vibe, this British prog rock outfit takes a musical world tour.
Drawing from a childhood lung sickness, the UK’s Martin Smith sings about the breath of God.
Beyoncé’s double release of a Netflix documentary and live album educates, empowers, and entertains.
The veteran rock band’s fourth album includes themes of religion, harmony, and hypocrisy.
Owens’ near-death experience last year informs empowering, faith-boosting lyrics.
South Florida rappers track their rise and fall through a lens of faith.
Listening to Billie Eilish’s honesty and pain helps parents and church leaders empathize with how their youth may be feeling.
In the folk artist’s latest, old stories and rich language blend to say something about modern life.
A worship album based on King Jehoshaphat’s leading the people of Judah in victory by praising the Lord.
Die-hard fans and curious newcomers alike will find something to like in Weezer’s 13th album.
Two-time Dove Award winner Meredith Andrews offers truly God-centered worship with her first ever solo live album
With the occasional nod to Middle Eastern sounds, this instrumental album gently brings listeners to the caves of Cappadocia where early Christians fled from persecution.
In this gorgeous album, singer-songwriter and mandolinist Andrew Marlin travels through variations of longing and loss.
The album combines high energy music and reflective pieces, all centered on experiencing God’s mighty presence.