30 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hillsong UNITED might not have set out to redefine worship music, yet that's exactly what the Australian youth ministry has accomplished. Featuring a rotating cast of musicians, singers, and songwriters, the band wraps its faith-based messages in arrangements rooted in alt-rock and electronic music. Released in 2007, All of the Above features swelling arrangements and cascading guitars that wouldn't sound out of place on a U2 album. They have since grown bolder, incorporating electro synths, indie folk warmth, and the bass-soaked throb of club music into their ecstatic anthems.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hillsong UNITED might not have set out to redefine worship music, yet that's exactly what the Australian youth ministry has accomplished. Featuring a rotating cast of musicians, singers, and songwriters, the band wraps its faith-based messages in arrangements rooted in alt-rock and electronic music. Released in 2007, All of the Above features swelling arrangements and cascading guitars that wouldn't sound out of place on a U2 album. They have since grown bolder, incorporating electro synths, indie folk warmth, and the bass-soaked throb of club music into their ecstatic anthems.

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