Nathan Fellingham talked to Clem Jackson about 'Trinity', the new album from Phatfish and Friends.
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Nathan: I just love making music. I love being able to do that and continue it with a concept and a truth. I've enjoyed being able to marry together two things that God has put on my heart - making music and getting good theology into songs. The opportunity to create something, crafting it slowly together into a final piece, has been great. I still love playing live but when you put a recording together you are creating something that (hopefully) people will listen to again and again.
Clem: So will there be another album, 'Trinity II' perhaps?
Nathan: Well who knows? This is certainly not the definitive collection; we have not "done" Trinitarian worship. But as to whether there will be a Trinity II - maybe not!
Clem: What's next for Phatfish?
Nathan: This year is a bit of a blank page actually at the moment. We do have a few things in the diary but we don't want to be doing anything that we don't have faith for and it just doesn't seem like this is the season for us to be out doing lots of "Phatfish" concerts. So we know there is more for us to do as a team and Luke, Mick and myself are keen to continue recording and producing and the four of us, with Lou, are very keen to continue serving the Church through our involvement with worship. We are full of expectation for what God has in store for us and we're looking for the best way to work out what God has put on our hearts. For me personally - well Lou and I have our own family (son Jesse), which is obviously important. And Lou has just released her first solo album 'Treasure' which I want to support her as much as possible with.
In my opinion 'Trinity' is certainly a quality album, and has already had many a hearing on my CD player. I am sure many of the songs will find their way into corporate, small group and personal worship times.
This article was first published in Christian Marketplace magazine and is used with permission. Clem Jackson is the Deputy Editor of Christian Marketplace magazine, the UK's leading magazine for the Christian retail trade.The opinions expressed in this article are not necessarily those held by Cross Rhythms. Any expressed views were accurate at the time of publishing but may or may not reflect the views of the individuals concerned at a later date.
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