Hillsong Worship unveils latest album “These Same Skies” on all platforms
World-renowned and GRAMMY Award-winning worship group Hillsong Worship has released their latest album “These Same Skies” which is currently available on all digital stores. This marks their first live recording 2018 for the “This is More” album.
The album is the first Hillsong Worship project recorded entirely stateside (in Orange County, Calif.), and is inspired by the Gospel of Matthew and the setting of the historical Sermon on the Mount. “These Same Skies” highlights Hillsong Worship leaders Brooke Ligertwood, Reuben Morgan, Benjamin Hastings, Aodhan King, Chris Davenport, and Mi-kaisha Rose.
“It is under these same skies that Christ’s church–His body on earth–exists today,” says Ligertwood. “And–though separated by oceans and closed borders–the mission of Hillsong Worship continues under these same skies. One in heart and spirit, unified in mission and cause–to glorify the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ, to build His Church, and to serve His Church with the new song.
Adds Ligertwood, “We pray and believe that all of our labor sown in faith will mean a harvest for God’s glory, and we pray something that really blesses you and helps you to encounter Jesus in a fresh way in this season.”
“These Same Skies” features 11 newly penned powerful tracks, including the group’s recently released singles “That’s The Power (feat. Benjamin Hastings),” and “Never Walk Alone (feat. Mi-kaisha Rose).” Since its October debut, “Never Walk Alone (feat. Mi-kaisha Rose)” has seen more than 1.7 million global streams.
Watch the acoustic performance and hear the story behind “Never Walk Alone” below, and watch the acoustic performance, hear the story behind the song, and learn how to play “That’s The Power” here as part of Worship Together’s recent “New Song Café” series with Hillsong Worship.
With more than 7 million YouTube subscribers and 2.8 billion YouTube channel views, as well as an 8 million+ social media audience, Hillsong Worship continues its global legacy to reach nations and generations by writing and leading songs that influence both individual devotion and congregational worship for the glory of God. Their catalog of songs is sung by an estimated 50 million people worldwide each week. To date, the group has garnered 7 billion career streams and over 20 million career album sales.
Tracklist of “These Same Skies” by Hillsong Worship