Internationally recognized praise band Planetshakers releases Glory Part Two today (April 3) and featuring the voices of 30,000 people during a “Praise Party” at SMART Araneta Coliseum in Manila, Philippines. Available at Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, Google Music, Pandora and additional digital, streaming and physical retail outlets globally from Venture3Media (V3M), the new digital EP features “So Good,” “All,” “Encounter Song” and “Living Louder.”
Glory Part Two follows the release of the acclaimed Glory Part One digital EP that was recorded in Melbourne, Australia at Planetshakers Church and released Jan. 10.
A tangible, intentional expression of worshippers collectively pursuing the presence of God, the new music is led by Planetshakers’ Sam Evans, Joth Hunt (who also produced and mixed the recording), Aimee Evans, BJ Pridham, Joshua Brown, Rudy Nikkerud, Chelsi Nikkerud and more.
“In the Presence of God, we find peace, healing, protection and comfort,” says Russell Evans, Planetshakers Founder and Lead Pastor. “One of the reasons why we record new songs is because we want to provide an atmosphere where people can enter into praise and worship of the One who holds our every moment. When our praise goes up, His presence comes down, and in His presence is fullness of joy.”
“We are passionate about the presence of God, and that’s why we continue to record new songs. We want to share what God is doing in the life of Planetshakers,” says Russell Evans, Planetshakers Founder and Lead Pastor. “In His presence, that’s where the miraculous takes place. That’s where our problems all of a sudden become like ant hills, becoming insignificant as we experience supernatural breakthrough and a peace that surpasses all understanding.”
Each of the new songs released this year from Planetshakers have been captured live-in-concert via multi-cameras for a compelling visual experience. The first six of these songs, including “All,” “SO GOOD” and the Glory Part One featured videos, “How I Praise,” “Walls,” “I Remember” and “Can’t Take My Eyes off You,” have already generated more than 2.5 million streams to date.