Written entirely by Vanderloop, he describes All Creation Sings as an effort to “love the unlovable, reach the unreachable, and touch the untouchable.” Each of the project’s 12 tracks communicates the Gospel message in an artistic yet accessible manner. He explains, “I wanted to write a deeply poetic album that reflected God’s heart. All Creation Sings does just that in a relatable, unique way. Listeners will hear a different aspect of the Gospel in every song.”
For example, album opener “Illuminate the Sky” uses lyrical imagery: the chains of shame they are now lies/Falling down, beneath the earth to portray a believer’s sins being buried with Christ. Similarly, the song “Beautiful” likens a flower which “blossoms in the sun” to a Christian who derives his sustenance and strength from Jesus. Equally powerful is “Deep Calls Out,” painting the picture of a romantic couple who longs to be one flesh just as we desire to be one with our Creator.
Sonically, All Creation Sings is a melodic rock album with orchestral influences. Vanderloop enlisted the talent of a who’s who of musicians including Jared Evans (Ricky Skaggs) on drums, bassist Jaryd Davis (Aaron Gillespie), and Chris Gladden (Tye Tribbett), who played electric guitar, keys, organ and violin.
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