The dynamic, multicultural youth ministry of Planetshakers Church, planetboom, released the new single “Praise On Praise” today (July 26) at Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and more digital and streaming outlets globally from Venture3Media (V3M).
Produced by Planetshakers’ worship leader Joth Hunt and creative director Josh Ham, written by Ham and youth pastor, songwriter and drummer Andy Harrison and featuring worship leaders and recently engaged couple, Aimee Evans and Noah Walker, the musically progressive “Praise On Praise” declaration conveys the goodness and greatness of God.
My God’s got no limits
My God is the biggest
My God reigns on high
Praise on praise on praise on
(“Praise On Praise” chorus)
The new single and video follows planetboom’s first full-length album, companion book and audiobook, all entitled Jesus Over Everything, which released amidst acclaim earlier this year (March 22).
The 11-track Jesus Over Everything album features title track “Jesus Over Everything,” Hebrews 4:15-16 inspired “Run To You,” Revelation 4-inspired “LEMME TELLYA,” encouraging “New Levels” and declarative “Praise Over Problems” and “I Belong,” while the companion book delves into the rich themes of these songs. Author Andy Harrison especially created the book for young people and anyone seeking to enrich their faith journey. Receiving wide acclaim from noted pastors, authors, youth directors and others, the book reveals to readers how they belong, have purpose, are covered by grace and are deeply loved by their Creator who is worthy of all their praise and to be put “first” in their lives.
The Jesus Over Everything book is available now at Amazon.com, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble (Nook) and Rakuten Kobo, and the album is available at Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Google Store, Amazon Music and YouTube.
The diverse youth culture at planetboom, representing at least 60 nationalities, is finding its own voice to share with the world. “Out of this environment, the young people are finding an expression, their own identity,” says Harrison. “It’s the same message as the larger Planetshakers Church, but they are offering a different way of expressing it, expressing our heart for God.