Bringing Worship Home
Posted February 28, 2018
By PhronsieHowell_NRT, Staff Reviewer
Worship leader Cameron Moore's sophomore release Alpenglow is a passionate worship album. Hope and love are consistent themes that bind the project together. Cameron Moore expands his worship leader role beyond the walls of the church and into the places people do life while listening to music.
What it Sounds Like:
Alpenglow brings back memories of spontaneous worship sessions from the early 2000s. The lyrics are original, and the instrumentation is characteristic of contemporary worship with drums, keyboards and guitar. Cameron Moore's vocals are consistent with worship leader style (and his range is pretty impressive on a couple tracks).
Alpenglow is a solid reminder of the love that God has for everyone, no matter the trials or pain in their life. Romans 8:39 makes an appearance in one track as a Biblical backing for this reminder. There is also the concept of searching and longing for an eternal home that can only be found in the Lord.
Best Song on the Record:
"Storm the Bastille (20 Years a Slave)" is a powerful cry for God to ease the pain of past mistakes and broken hearts. There is a freedom felt in the lyrics that gives hope to those who are hurting and feeling the burdens of life wearing them down. With the freedom given by God, anyone can claim the final line of the chorus as their own: "Here I am alive."
Alpenglow brings the worship experience to listeners, no matter where they roam.
For Fans Of: Bethel Music, Evan Earwicker, Vineyard Worship
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