13 Songs, 1 Hour 6 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Emotion is always simmering just below the surface on Brave New World, in which the Bethel Music vet delivers original songs in a more confessional mood. She explores the true nature of God on the dreamy, pop-infused “Never See the End” and on the languid, liquid “Pieces.” Over the swelling build of “Heroes,” she encourages us to dance despite our disappointments, and on “The Voyage” urges us to look beyond rough seas, trusting that God has our best interests at heart. It all makes for a mystical, melodic adventure.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Emotion is always simmering just below the surface on Brave New World, in which the Bethel Music vet delivers original songs in a more confessional mood. She explores the true nature of God on the dreamy, pop-infused “Never See the End” and on the languid, liquid “Pieces.” Over the swelling build of “Heroes,” she encourages us to dance despite our disappointments, and on “The Voyage” urges us to look beyond rough seas, trusting that God has our best interests at heart. It all makes for a mystical, melodic adventure.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
254 Ratings
254 Ratings
Brute267 ,

Yes.

Amanda once again sings out prophetic songs. Wrestling with tough questions and bringing clarity from the heart of God into her music.

ijayybee ,

Pure Talent!

Amanda Cook is my absolute favorite vocalist, lyricist, song writer, poet, worship leader, and composer. She is truly gifted and is truly using her talent to the fullest. Her songs are absolutely beautiful and puts in so much work to them and it is clearly obvious when you listen to the beauty of what her and God have made. Keep on going Amanda!

sox_13 ,

Beautiful!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

I am absolutely in love with this album. It surpassed all my expectations and every single song on here is a masterpiece. Amanda's heart for God really shows through this album. These songs are all beautifully unique.

One thing I might add is that at the end of "pieces" there is a bunch of background noise and it is bland and a terrible ending to such an amazing song.

Again, I love this album and my note was not meant to criticize. I noticed that a few more commenters were bothered by the ending as well.

Keep making music!

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