Los Angeles, CA (July 11, 2022)
Meredith Mauldin and UPPERROOM have partnered to launch their newest song together titled “You Remain” via DREAM Worship. Featuring Elyssa Smith, this powerful worship song precludes the release of the 8-song album, The Turning by Meredith Mauldin & UPPERROOM will release on July 29th. Both the album and the song were produced by Oscar Gamboa.
The heart behind “You Remain” is a cry for those going through changes of season or unsure moments. It’s for those who need the reminder that though everything around us may change, Jesus remains constant through it all. The bridge was an anthem for Meredith personally, while walking through a difficult transition. She sang it over and over, as it reminded her that we will never regret the things that we give to God. It became her anthem of praise through one of her hardest seasons.
Check out ‘You Remain’ (feat. Elyssa Smith) here:
ABOUT MEREDITH MAULDIN:
Meredith Mauldin is a passionate worshipper and songwriter that can’t help but rally others to do the same. She spent 7 years pioneering the worship and songwriting culture at the UPPEROOM in Dallas and was the founder of their label and publishing company. Meredith has now created a ministry called SongLab, to empower worshipers to minister to the Lord as well as write songs from their hearts and for their local churches. She has held over 30 SongLabs all over the country since 2019 and releases collective worship music from those events. Her passion is to write songs that will turn the eyes of the bride to Jesus! When she isn’t worship leading, she has enjoyed being a voice actor for cartoons for over 22 years and loves hanging out with her husband, Michael and three kids! They currently live in Atlanta, GA.
Based in the design district just west of downtown Dallas, UPPERROOM is a dynamic church focused on the truth that the presence of God transforms lives. UPPERROOM started as a prayer and worship meeting in 2010, and grew into a house of prayer that is committed to ministering to the Lord morning, noon and night. The UPPERROOM Dallas prayer room hosts over 75 hours of live prayer and worship every week, facilitated by 160 weekly volunteer musicians, singers and prayer leaders. Volunteers in the arts have expanded to include dancers, painters, poets, photographers, videographers and designers.