'90s rockers Dig Hay Zoose return with vision for worship.

AMERICAN alternative rock band Dig Hay Zoose, who in the early '90s gained considerable critical acclaim for three albums before disbanding, have reformed. Guitarist Dave Anderson told HM magazine, "We're organising and writing and getting ready to record a new demo. We originally got back together to re-record the album's worth of material we demo-ed back in '96 and never released. As we worked through the initial stages of development, it became clear that God had other plans for us. We've had a lot of time to get our respective spiritual lives back in order and God is definitely creating something new here. We all feel called to do worship in a different way. We all received a vision to provide worship to that group of folks like ourselves who are disenchanted with the flat worship scene happening right now." CR

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