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Welcome to the New

MercyMe

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The pride of Greenville, Texas, MercyMe return with a decided musical and lyrical shift from 2012's The Hurt and the Healer, a lyrically dark and pensive effort inspired in part by a death in frontman Bart Millard's family. Along with the more upbeat, positive tone of melodic rockers—like the title track and the first single, "Shake"—Welcome to the New is a more varied and pop-oriented affair, thanks in part to songwriting help from former Family Force 5 frontman Solomon Olds.

Customer Reviews

I love MercyMe.

Get this guys, you'll love it! I've been a fan for years i've even met em. You won't regret it. God bless. :)

Amazing

Though “Shake” may sound “secular” to some, it still, and definitely IS an encouraging song, that DOES belong in the Christian & Gospel category. Very excited.

welcome to the new

I have been waiting forever it seems for the release. Whenever I hear this
song I want to stop whatever I am doing and just praise God by dancing,
I could literally pull my car over, get out and dance, I feel God really uses
this group to minister...I felt the same about all their music

Biography

Formed: August, 1994 in Greenville, TX

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although praise & worship band MercyMe was founded in 1994, vocalist Bart Millard says that the group's birth was a process God began in him during high school. Millard recalls, "My dad and my older brother were both football players. So naturally, that's what I wanted to do as well. But I broke both my ankles in a high school football game and that ended my career." Due to the injury, Millard was left with an elective class to fill and reluctantly joined the only available option: choir. With...
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