Auck­land folk artist Stra­han is back with his lat­est 5 track EP “Feel The Night”. Fol­low­ing his 2012 album “Posters”, this EP expands on Strahan’s acoustic folk sound, aug­ment­ing his already rich har­monies and strong lyri­cal imagery with a much more expanded range of sounds and instrumentation.

This is most evi­dent in the track “War”, with mas­sive per­cus­sion dri­ving an atmos­pheric vocal hook. The larger sound­scape of this EP lends extra weight to the superb lyrics and imagery, punc­tu­at­ing its themes of love, faith and expec­ta­tion with power and authority.

This is a great EP, and def­i­nitely worth check­ing out.

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Stra­han will be our fea­tured wor­ship leader at the upcom­ing Cre­ative Min­istries Con­fer­ence in Sep­tem­ber. Check out our con­fer­ence page for more information!

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