Andy Cherry - Nothing Left To Fear

Published Sunday 4th August 2013
Andy Cherry - Nothing Left To Fear
Andy Cherry - Nothing Left To Fear

STYLE: Rock
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 122938-20328
LABEL: Essential 083061092924
FORMAT: CD Album
ITEMS: 1
RELEASE DATE: 2012-03-16
RRP: £7.99

Reviewed by Josh Dipple

For his debut album, North Carolina-based singer/songwriter could have done a lot worse than to partner with award-winning producer Jason Ingram, of One Sonic Society. The results are a solid statement of intent from a name that promises to be a significant one on the CCM scene in years to come. Opener "City Of Light" shows off the pair's songwriting prowess and sets a trend that is continued for the rest of the album. Musically, there are some real moments of invention here, from the moody atmospherics of "To Follow You", to the rumbling country-inspired "Our God's Alive". Ingram resists the common temptation of polishing songs to the point of removing all emotional grit from the impressive performances, not least the vocals. All this while maintaining a mix that leaves the ears completely satisfied. An impressive debut.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. City Of Light [Listen]
2. Nothing To Fear [Listen]
3. To Follow You [Listen]
4. Nothing But The Blood [Listen]
5. Running To Our Savior [Listen]
6. Our God's Alive [Listen]
7. He Has Done It All [Listen]
8. Beautiful Morning [Listen]
9. Divine Embrace [Listen]
10. We'll Sing Forever [Listen]

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Product Description
25 year old Andy Cherry, songwriter and worship leader, hails from Charlotte, NC. Sonically, his thoughtful, complex arranagments stitch together the warmth of American roots with soaring moody tones of British rock. Lyrically, Cherry challenges commonly held assumptions about God, urging listeners to open up, be bold enough to ask God the tough questions and believe the he has the shoulder to bear those questions.

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