The newest album from Bethel Music’s Sean Feucht, Wild, is set to unveil on Nov. 2, Feucht’s first release as a Bethel Music artist. Recorded live at Bethel Church, Wild expands on Jesus as the ‘Wild One,’ unpacking a life of radical obedience and holy boldness.
"Wild is a soundtrack of the gospel breaking out like a wildfire all over the world," shared Feucht. "The songs carry authentic joy, pervasive hope and 'wild' abandonment to Jesus."
Igniting mission movements around the world, the songs found on Wild were forged through Feucht's personal experience, bringing the joy- filled gospel into uncharted regions of the world, from war-torn areas in Iraq to the underground church in China. The album echoes this storyline in its diverse sonic landscape, ranging from joyful anthems to intimate prayers.
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There Is A Name (Live)
Praise Is the Highway (Live)
Till the Whole Earth Looks Like Heaven (Live)
Hearts and Hands (feat. Amanda Cook) (Live)
Wild One (Live)
Singing the Walls Down (feat. Bethany Wohrle) (Live)
Still Will I Love (Song for Refugees) [feat. Kim Walker-Smith) (Live)
Wild| Posted November 08, 2018 What You Need to Know: The release of Wild marks the 5th full album released by Bethel this year. It was recorded live at Bethel Church in Redding, CA, where Sean Feucht relocated after officially joining the Bethel Music artist collective in 2016. While Sean has recorded, produced, and released 20 albums to date, Wild is his first album published under Bethel Music.
What It Sounds Like: Wild is an album that is devoted wholly to worship. Upbeat songs like "Till the Whole Earth Looks Like Heaven" and "Wild One"have a drive that get you engaged in the song without overpowering the message, while songs like "Still Will I Love,""There Is A Name," and "Spirit and Truth" have the hallmark Bethel sound that brings you straight to a heart of worship. No matter the music behind him, Sean's passionate worship is what makes this album stand out.
Spiritual/Lyrical Highlights: Considering this an album that's packed with worship, it's difficult to pick out highlights. I was amazed by how few words Sean used in his lyrics, yet the songs are still impactful. The chorus for "Still Will I Love" is simply, "Still will I love, Still will I love, Still will I love you more." The song "Forever We Worship" is only 13 lines, yet you get lost in a time of worship.
Best Song on the Record: "Wild One" wins it for me on this album. The groove of the song grabs you from the start, and the melodies give the song a drive that keeps you excited till the end. Also, it's a reminder that while our God is a god of mercy and peace, there is a wildness in Him that will never be tamed.