13 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“This is the age where I’m learning what I believe in,” mused Lauren Daigle, days shy of her 27th birthday, to Beats 1 host Zane Lowe. Her second album, Look Up Child, attempts to reevaluate faith through the eyes of a kid—abandoning doubt and fear and other temptations of adulthood. She offers support to other believers, with songs about reassurance (“Rescue”), comfort (“Your Wings”), and contentment (“Everything”). The LP’s spiritual centerpiece is “Losing My Religion,” a track, as Daigle put it, about “embracing the freedom of taking off the check boxes, the rules, and all those things that muddy up what faith actually is.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

“This is the age where I’m learning what I believe in,” mused Lauren Daigle, days shy of her 27th birthday, to Beats 1 host Zane Lowe. Her second album, Look Up Child, attempts to reevaluate faith through the eyes of a kid—abandoning doubt and fear and other temptations of adulthood. She offers support to other believers, with songs about reassurance (“Rescue”), comfort (“Your Wings”), and contentment (“Everything”). The LP’s spiritual centerpiece is “Losing My Religion,” a track, as Daigle put it, about “embracing the freedom of taking off the check boxes, the rules, and all those things that muddy up what faith actually is.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
17 Ratings
17 Ratings
Zapped lily ,

Raw, real & rampant

Lauren Daigle was born with a purpose. And my has she done just that. Her album speaks truths about the worlds corruption, invites a new perspective of faith, and most importantly allows for reflection and a deeper relationship with Jesus. I cannot recommend this enough. Her album sings out an invitation for listeners and is spreading like wildfire. Her rawness shows her vulnerability and acceptance which appeals to the many, she provides a common ground for those in all walks of life. Undoubtedly Album of the year.

Rachmaninov7 ,

Beautiful

I don't listen to much Contemporary Christian Music because I think it tends to be very predictable, bland and uncreative. Though some songs still have quite a bit of repetition in the lyrics, she does it with beauty, style and variation. The instrumentals are gorgeous. I think Lauren Daigle has one of the best voices in music at the moment, very like Adele at points, but with a much wider range, richer tone and more soulful. This is one of those rare gems of an album. I hope this is the beginning of a new golden age in Christian music because it's sorely needed. I can't wait to see where this artist goes with the next album, but I can see myself listening to this many many times until then.

CKaKw ,

CKaKw

Uplifting music!!

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