The extended edition of Bastille’s latest album is a mixture of originals, covers, demos, and B-sides.
Ireland’s Christian band We Are Messengers releases its vulnerable second album.
Coldplay preaches a message of love for the poor and oppressed.
A group of diverse singers songwriters offer songs about what it means to be a neighbor.
Album combines jazz, blues, folk, and 50s rock through intricate West African rhythms preserved on the Atlantic Sea Islands.
Arkansas worship artist offers rich lyrics, sleek electropop on six-song EP.
Kirk Franklin’s newest album skillfully continues his unique blending of gospel, choir, and hip-hop elements.
Canadian Indigenous artist sings powerfully about life as a minority in a dominant culture.
Christian trio Selah incorporates bluegrass and world music into their new album.
Singer-songwriter Sandra McCracken embraces the sacred story of Jesus’ birth.
A soundtrack for Christmas calls listeners to thoughtful reflection.
Phil Wickham’s second Christmas album brings peaceful worship.
Fiddles fly on this Irish-infused collection of Christmas music from the beloved Gettys.
Jeremy Camp’s 12th studio album dazzles with electronic beats and stirring lyrics.
The 20th-anniversary redux of a modern Christmas classic—Americana folk songs telling of the birth of Christ.
With guest artists such as Dolly Parton, a 2018 Grammy winner sings about God’s rescue.
The Australian teen behind “Dance Monkey” releases debut EP
On their much anticipated ninth album, Big Daddy Weave illuminates the airwaves.
Christian pop group explores faith, shame, and regret on their sixth album.
Modern worship songs feature solid theological points.
An indie release from across the ocean deserves our attention.
A quartet of country music solo stars perform an empowering, vulnerable album.
Drawing comparisons to Amy Winehouse, rising Canadian indie star Begonia shimmers on her debut album.
On their third album, the Lumineers tell stories about three generations of alcoholism.