12 Songs, 1 Hour 12 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Let There Be Light is old-school Hillsong Worship. Instead of the atmospheric textures of 2015’s OPEN HEAVEN / River Wild, here the Australians offer vocally centered worship rooted in the congregation. Another key development is the return of Brooke Ligertwood—her lithe alto takes the lead on the slowly rising “What a Beautiful Name”—and Marty Sampson, whose meditative “Elohim” counterbalances the many high-energy songs. Speaking of the latter, his “Look to the Son” finds the group boldly using thumping club beats.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Let There Be Light is old-school Hillsong Worship. Instead of the atmospheric textures of 2015’s OPEN HEAVEN / River Wild, here the Australians offer vocally centered worship rooted in the congregation. Another key development is the return of Brooke Ligertwood—her lithe alto takes the lead on the slowly rising “What a Beautiful Name”—and Marty Sampson, whose meditative “Elohim” counterbalances the many high-energy songs. Speaking of the latter, his “Look to the Son” finds the group boldly using thumping club beats.

Mastered for iTunes
TITLE TIME

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
19 Ratings
19 Ratings
tanya 'n' drew ,

Think on these things...

Forget the world, and dwell on God's everlasting mercy, love, and grace toward we sinners. I have read the controversy surrounding some of the Hillsong church leaders, and I understand that some are offended by the money that Hillsong makes. Profit, tattoos, and all other social concerns melt away when I listen to this album. My mind goes to Christ, and my heart is calmed - this is Christian worship music.

GodfatherPE ,

depressed?

Are you all depressed or something? The albums are getting more and more EMO.

gmco50 ,

True SINCERE Worship!

Put aside all the rumors and controversies that has attached itself to some in Hillsong’s leadership; God Himself will deal with the pride and arrogance, but what still is evident is the love, beauty and sincere desire to glorify our Savior in the anointed worship music God has allowed to flow from His anointed musicians; so I have no concern of the controversies and pride that the evil one is attaching himself to! God is God and he will deal with His children to tear down the spirit of PRIDE that success tends to fuel! The Prideful ones at Hillsong know who they are and they are smart enough to know that God giveth and God taketh away! But God be Glorified in the truly anointed music!

More By Hillsong Worship

You May Also Like