Click the play button above to watch the video for ‘I Lift Your Name Up.’

Internationally recognized praise band Planetshakers released Rain Part 1 globally today (1.18.19). The new four-song digital EP from Planetshakers was recorded in Melbourne, Australia at Planetshakers Church and features over 27-minutes of music.

A tangible, intentional expression of worshippers collectively pursuing the presence of God, Rain Part 1 is led by Planetshakers’ worship leaders Sam Evans, Aimee Evans, Joth Hunt (who also produced and mixed the EP), BJ Pridham, Rudy Nikkerud, Chelsi Nikkerud and more.

The new EP precedes the annual Planetshakers Conferences launching with the “Rain” theme this year at Melbourne Arena in Melbourne, AU April 10 and at Royal International Convention Centre in Brisbane, AU (Bowen Hills QLD) April 16.

“2019 will mark the 22nd year that Planetshakers Conference has been lifting up the name of Jesus to a generation,” says Planetshakers Church Sr. Pastors Russell and Sam Evans. “We feel that just as rain is formed naturally by the sun’s heat evaporating water, that our prayers, praise and worship have been reaching heaven all this time. Rain forms when there is a cool change and there is a change in the atmosphere. We are believing that at this conference there will be an unprecedented outpouring of the rain of heaven.”

Sharing songs from Rain Part 1 along with more new music to release later this year while at the conference, Planetshakers Band will also reveal exclusive videos of the songs on the EP prior to the event. Each song has been captured live-in-concert via multi-cameras for a compelling visual experience.

 


The full Rain Part 1 track listing follows:

1) “All Around”
2) “I Lift Your Name Up”
3) “Right Now”
4) “Fire Fall”

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