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Campfire documents this freewheeling Irish Christian combo leading a congregation in praise of the Savior around a beachside blaze. The set features favorite tunes from the group’s earlier albums as well as new material, infusing them all with a foot-stomping energy that brings to mind Mumford & Sons and The Lumineers. Rend Collective Experiment has built an international following by stripping back modern worship music to its populist roots; here, the group goes even further toward primal simplicity. Co-lead singer Chris Llewellyn kicks things off with a tender rendition of the folk hymn “Kumbaya” before partner Will Heron joins him in leading the crowd through “Come on My Soul,” “Movements,” “Build Your Kingdom Here," and similarly rousing numbers. A winsome tone slowly builds through the rendition of Matt Redman’s “10,000 Reasons” and the rollicking “Praise Like Fireworks” brings Campfire’s worshipful festivities to an ecstatic conclusion. Throughout, the combo’s unfettered interplay of guitars, accordion, fiddle, banjo, standup bass, and hand-held percussion keeps the music flowing.

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Very well balanced!

From what I remember from their past work, I wasn't expecting this Folk/ Acoustic sound. Loved the flow of the entire album. Great Job!


Amazing album nice to dance and groove to. Heaven sent album so well done.

Come by the Fire, Worth It

I first was introduced to this album during a Fall Retreat; the retreat was where I went on my first bonfire, which made it all the more special. Upon research, the album is almost an anthology of songs from previous albums. In all honesty, Rend Collective is fantastic, and Campfire has to be one if not their true shining hour. Their sound is a Mumford and Sons that's lively and rhythmic, but at the same time breaks the barriers of normal Christian music. In regards to comments on specific tracks I have none, because all of them are fantastic spanning their precious discography. I strongly recommend this album, I listen to most if not all of it on a daily basis!


Formed: 2007 in Bangor, Northern Ireland

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A modern praise & worship band out of Northern Ireland, the Rend Collective (formerly known as the Rend Collective Experiment) is exactly what the name says, more a spiritual and creative collective than a band per se, blending praise lyrics with a kind of experimental folk-rock approach. Growing out of a group of Christian friends looking for a way to bring spirituality more in line with the complexities and confusions of life in the 21st century, the band, at least when it tours, consists primarily...
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