Casting Crowns: ‘Glorious Day: Hymns of Faith’ album review
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Casting Crowns: ‘Glorious Day: Hymns of Faith’ album review

The re-working of old hymns in contemporary fashions may seem overdone, but Casting Crowns truly brings something new with this Cracker Barrel exclusive, Glorious Day: Hymns of Faith. Not only does the band showcase a variety of some of their biggest hits (“If We Are the Body,” “Praise You in the Storm”), it also performs strong, contemporary versions of hymns that don’t compromise their beauty and timelessness. One more obscure offering, “Beulah Land” holds special significance for frontman Mark Hall, and is one of the best songs on the record. The simple, subtle movements crafted under each hymn keep it fresh, relevant, and perfect.

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Grace Aspinwall

Grace Cartwright Aspinwall has been involved in the music industry since the age of sixteen, when she became the street team director for Crosseyed Concerts. She also completed a six month internship with Innerstar Studios, a booking agency for hard rock Christian acts. In 2006, Grace took a position with Christian Music Planet magazine as a freelance music critic, offering her a way to influence the music world through writing. When the magazine went online in 2006, she was given a freelance position at CCM magazine.

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