While there’s no shortage of worship releases every year, we’re always eager to hear new voices with fresh songs for personal and corporate worship settings. To that end, we’re excited to share some newer releases you might have missed from some very talented independent artists and worship leaders:

Andrew Marcus—Constant
For an artist who is technically classified as independent, Andrew Marcus is certainly well connected. He’s toured with Paul Baloche and Leeland, and his new album, Constant, was produced by Ed and Scott Cash. The Vancouver-based worship leader recently released Constant, a set of songs that conjure Matt Redman or even Baloche. Check out “You Are With Me” video by clicking the “play” button above.

Daniel Deitrich—The Table
Daniel Deitrich’s The Table is a strong new EP that mixes great pop/rock melodies with an honest hope. Deitrich, a worship leader and singer-songwriter from St. Joseph, Michigan, has the chops to make waves if this release catches the right ear. Be among the first to know about him with a listen of “Deeper”:

KC & Julie Clark—In the Meantime EP
The greater Charlotte area has enjoyed the ministry and music of KC & Julie Clark for over a decade, but the married couple’s latest EP, In the Meantime, should net them a greater platform. These are tender acoustic melodies and vocal swaps buoyed by string arrangements, a winning formula for an intimate short player that will have you going back again and again. Watch the EP trailer here:

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Matt Conner
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Matt Conner is a writer/editor who has interviewed approximately 2,000 musicians, authors, directors, actors and other artists. He’s the Managing Editor for PledgeMusic, a former editor with Vox Media, and writes regularly for numerous print- and web-based publications, including Under the Radar, Relevant and the Indianapolis Star.