Recorded on a moun­tain top in Red­ding, Cal­i­for­nia, “We Will Not Be Shaken” is a state­ment as much as it is an album. Paired with an accom­pa­ny­ing doc­u­men­tary that high­lights the spec­tac­u­lar visu­als, this is an extrav­a­gant yet sur­pris­ingly inti­mate album.

Open­ing with the title track, “We Will Not Be Shaken” has an indie acoustic vibe, dri­ven by pow­er­ful vocal per­for­mances and excel­lent song writ­ing. It’s an atmos­pheric lis­ten which is excel­lently pro­duced and per­formed. Lyri­cally the record is solid con­sid­er­ing the hyper charis­matic church Bethel Music orig­i­nates from, though dis­cern­ment is help­ful for cer­tain song sections.

Over­all how­ever, this is a pow­er­ful album, and well worth check­ing out.


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