Reviewed by Doug Holland
Feucht is the founder of Burn 24/7, a global worship, prayer and mission organisation (so named to try and express the heart experience of being in joyful communion with the presence of God), and this compilation of nine live tracks (66 minutes of music), captured from three worship events in his native United States, brilliantly captures the energy, excitement and passion of his approach to his faith. While Feucht's songs are excellent (straightforward and accessible in lyrical content, melodically hooky), and his voice is strong, rich and resonant, it is the instrument selection here (bouzouki, banjo, dun duns and hammered dulcimer blended with more conventional worship band sounds) which lifts this offering out of the usual and into the dramatic. Superb additional vocals, a kit sound most bands can only dream of creating, a sense of fluidity created by allowing several songs to run one into the next and good use of the congregation's sound, all contribute to a high-excitement package of prophetic worship that conveys well the principles and vision behind Burn 24/7.
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|Captured live at historic worship gatherings across America, Kingdoms is a collection of prophetic and spontaneous songs and prayers ushering in the dawn of a new day. In a season where every kingdom of the world is currently being shaken, this sound boldly declares the reign of a Kingdom and a King that will never be shaken.|
“And the seventh angel sounded; and there were great voices in heaven, saying, the kingdoms of this world will become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; and he shall reign for ever and ever.” - Revelation 11:15
This album features the anthem There is Only One co-written by Sean Feucht and Brandon Hampton which is currently being sung in churches, prayer rooms and congregations all over the world.
Also singing on the album are Kristene DiMarco (“Jesus Culture” Artist from Redding, California) and Brandon Hampton (“IHOP-KC” Artists from Kansas City, Missouri).