Amanda Lindsey Cook ‘House on a Hill’ Review
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Amanda Lindsey Cook ‘House on a Hill’ Review

Amanda Lindsey Cook
House on a Hill
(Bethel Music)

Late last November, after wiping her Instagram profile clean and posting a puzzle of vague images, Bethel Music worship leader Amanda Lindsey Cook shared a picture of a handwritten letter explaining her year of absence from social media. “I had to go quiet for a while, without an announcement about going quiet… I may have some things to say in the coming year.”

Indeed, she does. Her first solo album in four years, House on a Hill is a beautiful work of worship born in the silence and a celebration of God’s unfailing, ever-present love.

You might know Cook best from her stunning vocal contribution to Bethel Music’s hit “You Make Me Brave,” but in her solo work she often delves into a more introspective space. Atmospheric synths and gentle piano melodies lay the foundation that runs through quieter moments on the title track “House on a Hill” only to build to soaring heights on tracks like “Awakening.”

From the whispered prayers of “Comforter” to the passionate declaration “I Am – Because You Are,” Cook has crafted a record that feels like stepping into the sun after a long winter night, the perfect meditative soundtrack for the first days of spring.

—Jen Rose Yokel

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Jen Rose Yokel

Jen Rose Yokel is a writer with roots in Christian radio. Her past adventures include a decade working at a major market CCM station, hosting a Christian rock radio show, writing album reviews for Jesus Freak Hideout, and attending more concerts than she can remember. Currently she is a social media content writer for The Q90.1 in Worcester, MA and a regular contributor to The Rabbit Room.

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