Seven Places specifically strives to edify the body of Christ and revive hurting listener's faith. "We're about presenting a faith that is real and relevant to young people that have grown up in the church and we're here to remind them that this isn't just their parent's God" Seth (lead singer) concludes. "It's about getting a message of hope to those that have been burnt out in their walk and getting them back on track."
The band follows up their hit album Hear Us Say Jesus with 10 new tracks packaged as Glowing. The songs were produced by Zach Hodges (Mainstay, The Fold) and Seth Gilbert and are a mix of original and worship songs. Truly a beautiful listen.
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Only for worship fans| Posted December 19, 2007
Decent worship album; was expecting something different, but overall okay. The liner notes state that he (Seth Gilbert) is a worship leader at his church and recorded this album in his church studio, which is definitely noticeable. Coming from BEC records, I was expecting an album beyond a church worship band. Nothing notable about this album or band, yet if you're looking for an album without frills to worship to, you might be interested in this one.
Cool| Posted July 10, 2007
This CD is mainly worship oriented, so if you aren't a fan of worship music, you shouldn't get it. However, if you like Aaron Shust or Brandon Heath, you will like Seven Places' latest CD.