On October 28, Fuel4Soul’s Beth Hall released “Send Down the Fire,” a powerful reminder of God’s presence. The song is the singer’s first solo release, and is available on all major streaming platforms now.
“‘Send Down the Fire’ was inspired by a conversation I had about how it must have been an amazing sight to see when God proclaimed his presence as the one true God, when He sent down fire from heaven to the altar, when Elijah’s faith and confidence in God showed proof to others that his God was the only true living God,” Beth says of the song’s origins. “I think ‘Send Down The Fire’ symbolizes the guiding presence of God among the people, proof that God’s presence still remains.”
The song was written this summer by Beth and her husband and Fuel4Soul bandmate Michael Hall. It’s being released on their independent label, True Purpose Records. Michael also produced the song, tuning it to Beth’s vision.
“While we all were writing and creating music for my band Fuel4Soul, Michael and I were also writing and creating even more God-inspired rock on our own. It seemed God was filling our minds with inspiration to write and share His message with others,” Beth explains.
For her solo music, Beth brings a classic rock sound to the table that is both nostalgic and earnest. A rock sound that harkens back to the 90s and 00s is anchored by Beth’s fresh, current vocal stylings. She says, “I try to take inspiration from all types of music and put my own unique twist on it. I have always had a passion for singing and writing from a very young age, and it seems I always have room to create as much as God allows me to be able to.”
The solo single “Send Down the Fire” follows up a year that’s seen Fuel4Soul, which Beth’s voice co-leads, rocketing up the Christian rock charts with their song “Keep the Faith.” Continuing to be creatively prolific, Beth has plans for a full solo EP soon.
Whether it’s with her solo work or Fuel4Soul, Beth says that her mission is the same: “My goal is to bring others to Christ Jesus by sharing His word through music.”