14 Songs, 1 Hour, 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

London-based Worship Central build upon the success of 2013’s Let It Be Known with a live project that pairs hosannas of praise and redemption with expansive pop/rock melodies. Worship leader Tim Hughes shares the vocal spotlight with Luke and Anna Hellebronth, Ben Cantelon, and Karen Gillespie on a set of rafters-shaking upbeat songs and contemplative ballads. Kicking off with the pulsating electronica of “The Way,” Set Apart moves through the piano-based hymnody of “Pursue Me” and the joyful rock dynamics of “Let Go” before concluding with the exalted strains of “Singing Over Us” and “Wide Open Space.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

London-based Worship Central build upon the success of 2013’s Let It Be Known with a live project that pairs hosannas of praise and redemption with expansive pop/rock melodies. Worship leader Tim Hughes shares the vocal spotlight with Luke and Anna Hellebronth, Ben Cantelon, and Karen Gillespie on a set of rafters-shaking upbeat songs and contemplative ballads. Kicking off with the pulsating electronica of “The Way,” Set Apart moves through the piano-based hymnody of “Pursue Me” and the joyful rock dynamics of “Let Go” before concluding with the exalted strains of “Singing Over Us” and “Wide Open Space.”

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About Worship Central

Founded by contemporary Christian songwriters Tim Hughes and Al Gordon in 2006, Worship Central is a Birmingham, U.K.-based organization that provides tools for the objective of expanding the worship movement across England and throughout the world. With a number of other musicians involved, including Ben Cantelon, Josh Gauton, Nick Herbert, and Luke and Anna Hellebronth, Worship Central also doubles as a popular worship band with shared songwriting and singing duties. The group released a compilation album, Lifting High, in 2009, but it was 2011's Spirit Break Out that helped put Worship Central on the mainstream map. Filled with a mix of contemporary pop and anthemic rock, Spirit Break Out reached the U.K. Top 75. Meanwhile, they recorded and released a Mandarin album featuring worship leaders from throughout Asia. Worship Central's profile rose significantly after the chart success of Spirit Break Out, and in 2013 their live album Let It Be Known also made it into the U.K. Top 75. Set Apart followed suit a year later. In 2017, the group released the studio album Mercy Road, which included additional writing contributions from the likes of Chris Tomlin and Phil Wickham. ~ Andrew Leahey

  • ORIGIN
    England
  • FORMED
    2006

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