13 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“This is the age where I’m learning what I believe in,” mused Lauren Daigle, days shy of her 27th birthday, to Beats 1 host Zane Lowe. Her second album, Look Up Child, attempts to re-evaluate faith through the eyes of a kid—abandoning doubt and fear and other temptations of adulthood. She offers support to other believers, with songs about reassurance (“Rescue”), comfort (“Your Wings”) and contentment (“Everything”). The LP’s spiritual centrepiece is “Losing My Religion”, a track, as Daigle put it, about “embracing the freedom of taking off the check boxes, the rules, and all those things that muddy up what faith actually is.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

“This is the age where I’m learning what I believe in,” mused Lauren Daigle, days shy of her 27th birthday, to Beats 1 host Zane Lowe. Her second album, Look Up Child, attempts to re-evaluate faith through the eyes of a kid—abandoning doubt and fear and other temptations of adulthood. She offers support to other believers, with songs about reassurance (“Rescue”), comfort (“Your Wings”) and contentment (“Everything”). The LP’s spiritual centrepiece is “Losing My Religion”, a track, as Daigle put it, about “embracing the freedom of taking off the check boxes, the rules, and all those things that muddy up what faith actually is.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
74 Ratings
74 Ratings
CasandraD ,

Amazing!

I have long been a fan of Lauren. This album is so good. She didn’t mess with any of the songs to make them unrecognizable but each song, she puts her own touch in to make it so easy to listen to. I truly love this and put this on and just stare at the Christmas tree to zone out and de-stress.

Vcho! ,

Fantastic...!

Such soulful talent! A cross between Adele and Amy Winehouse. Follow Lauren on Instagram and there’s no way you won’t be able to fall in love with this Christian angel... a refreshing light to the world. Thank you, Lauren! Proud you’re doing your thing with God’s glory!

Rrggghhb ,

Srwbryflds

You’re passing judgement on somebody you don’t even know. In the interview she was asked a question concerning homosexuality. She loves her homosexual friends. So why would she pass judgement on them in a public forum? Maybe she was dodging the question. Only she knows. Remove that log from your eye. You might see more clearly. It just may be that your heart needs an adjustment.

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