Luke Hellebronth - Stand Up

Published Wednesday 25th December 2013
Luke Hellebronth - Stand Up
Luke Hellebronth - Stand Up

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OUR PRODUCT CODE: 146161-21373
LABEL: Integrity 000768565124
FORMAT: CD Mini-album
RELEASE DATE: 2013-11-12
RRP: £7.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

If Mr Hellebronth's name hasn't as yet registered with you it's likely that the sterling work Luke is doing with Worship Central will have affected you directly or indirectly. Now with the first album under his own name, this singer/songwriter clearly demonstrates that he is a top calibre composer of worship anthems for today's Church. Plenty of believers have already been impacted by "Spirit Break Out", the title track of 2011's Worship Central album and the new version here shows us again that it's a memorable plea for the Holy Spirit to impact his Church. The first two songs here both have strong spiritual battle themes with the opener "Stand Up" reaching a powerful peak once the guitars kick in with the lines "Our faith is in you/The battle is yours/The battle is yours" while "Love Like This" has a bouncing bassline and a slight dance feel to it. My favourite though is "Miracle Grace" with a simple piano line and some orchestral arrangement behind Luke's passionate vocal. Almost as good is "Who You Say" with a faith-building "God is in control" message. I am certain we'll be hearing much more from this gifted songsmith.

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Product Description
Stand Up is the d├ębut album from Worship Central's Luke Hellebronth, produced by Ben Cantelon.

Fresh sounds from the writer of Spirit Break Out, soon to be featured in the new Paramount film Noah.

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