19 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bethel Music delivers an almost subliminal spiritual message on Without Words: Synesthesia, reminding us that praise transcends language. In this second release from their instrumental series, the prolific musicians cover well-known worship songs (both their own and others’), weaving familiar melodies into ethereal electronic arrangements. The lush, layered instrumentation on tracks like “It Is Well” and “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” creates an uplifting and transporting soundscape. Meanwhile, stripped-down songs like the piano-driven “Isabelline (Interlude)” turn contemplative, providing gentle counterpoint.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bethel Music delivers an almost subliminal spiritual message on Without Words: Synesthesia, reminding us that praise transcends language. In this second release from their instrumental series, the prolific musicians cover well-known worship songs (both their own and others’), weaving familiar melodies into ethereal electronic arrangements. The lush, layered instrumentation on tracks like “It Is Well” and “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” creates an uplifting and transporting soundscape. Meanwhile, stripped-down songs like the piano-driven “Isabelline (Interlude)” turn contemplative, providing gentle counterpoint.

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