12 Songs, 1 Hour 1 Minute

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Psalms, Vol. 2, Texas-based worship leaders Shane Everett and Shane Barnard explore single chapters from the Old Testament over the course of a dozen songs. Dramatic, driving tracks like “Psalm 46 (Lord of Hosts)” lend an almost liturgical flair, while other compositions are sweetly celebratory, such as the wedding gem “Psalm 45 (Fairest of All)” and “Psalm 139 (Far Too Wonderful),” a popular passage attributed to King David. The sound borrows from acoustic alt-rock, but a timeless quality honors the ancient compositions that serve as inspiration.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Psalms, Vol. 2, Texas-based worship leaders Shane Everett and Shane Barnard explore single chapters from the Old Testament over the course of a dozen songs. Dramatic, driving tracks like “Psalm 46 (Lord of Hosts)” lend an almost liturgical flair, while other compositions are sweetly celebratory, such as the wedding gem “Psalm 45 (Fairest of All)” and “Psalm 139 (Far Too Wonderful),” a popular passage attributed to King David. The sound borrows from acoustic alt-rock, but a timeless quality honors the ancient compositions that serve as inspiration.

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
110 Ratings
110 Ratings
Ddrummer2 ,

Glory to God!

I can honestly say that no single artist has had such an impact on me more than Shane and Shane has. There music and lyrics just sink deep into the soul, and point to Christ as our all-sufficient Lord and Savior. The musicality itself is incredible, but the biblically and theologically rich lyrics are what truly sticks out for me in their music. I've thoroughly enjoyed every album they come out with, and I'm confident that this new Psalms album will be incredible. All to the Glory of God alone!

BeholdDLam ,

First Timer

I have actually never been a fan of Shane & Shane. I’ve never bought any of their albums but Psalm 46 is written and constructed incredibly. I can tell that they have grown and this may be one of their first albums that I buy. Beautiful, powerful, intimate and artistically well done. Thank you for staying faithful.

revtheskier ,

Holy Goodness!

Oh that THIS would be the worship music/Christian music industry standard. I just might listen to Christian radio if it was. Theologically sound (of course, one almost can't go wrong when "plagiarizing the Bible" ;) ); musical uniqueness and integrity; sung with incomparable passion. This is indeed Holy Goodness. Thank you, thank you, thank you, for giving your talents to the Lord that we might also benefit from it.

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