Nashville, TN (April 10, 2020)
Christian rock band All Together United, has released its new 6-song EP, Anything Is Possible. Blending contemporary rock and pop, their latest album offers something for every type of listener, any age or background. Anything is Possible is available wherever digital music is sold now.
The new project kicks off with the title track, “Anything Is Possible,” an incredibly timely song that ministers to those who may be discouraged, reminding us that the power behind the resurrection and the miracle of each new day gives us hope.
“There was a time when God, in the form of Jesus Christ, came to Earth and did the impossible that makes all things possible for us through Him,” says lead vocalist Matthew Ide.
Next up is “Lord,” a hard driving, guitar heavy song with the battle cry, “Jesus Christ Is Lord.” “There is coming a day when every knee will bow and every tongue confess that very statement (Phil. 2:10-11),” says drummer and band founder Chad Hampton “This toe-tapping, head-bobbing tune will have you energized, pumped and ready to share the power of these lyrics with everyone you meet because you know both their impact as well as how the story of this world ends.”
The song “He’s Alive” is truly a straight forward message of proclamation, just in time for the album’s Good Friday and Easter Weekend release date.
“I knew this song would have an impact for two simple reasons,” says Hampton. “First, it proclaims the power and truth of who Jesus is and what He will be when He returns. Secondly, knowing the song’s lead writer, Michael Farren (formerly of Pocket Full of Rocks), I knew the spiritual depth and content of this song would be able to minister to so many different people regardless of their situation.”
The inspiring track, “If I’m Breathing,” speaks to the questions of ‘Why are we here?’ and ‘What’s my purpose?’ This song reminds us that in those difficult moments we need to stop, take a deep breath and listen to the whispers of the Holy Spirit speaking to us.
“Hollow,” a powerful cover of the Tori Kelly-penned song, was the band’s first single with Creative Soul Records. The single was released to radio and retail in mid-2019.
The project concludes with “Star.” The song reminds us just how easy it can be to praise ourselves. “It’s all worthless and sinful if our aim is not to glorify Him,” says Hampton. “This song is simply about Him, not us.”