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Thursday 17th November 2016

Rock worship band The City Harmonic announce plans to call it a day

POPULAR rock worship band The City Harmonic are to disband in 2017. The concerts during their The Benediction Tour of North America are being recorded and compiled into a final live worship album. Read a letter to their supporters, "As we travelled the country last fall, working to bring churches together and united mission, Eric often said that 'if this is the last thing we do, it's worth it.' Though it wasn't the end, it was certainly a moment in time that crystallised our values. Through this process it became clear that our work together should live on as a call for the Church to embrace a simple idea - that the Church is better working together. As many of you know, Eric left the band earlier this year to focus on regaining his health and planting a church. Josh aims to be closer to his family and community and Aaron is excited to produce and write on his own again. Meanwhile, Elias has been involved in a church plant in Nashville where he's been working to train worship leaders with a renewed personal focus on writing songs for the Church to sing."

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