Don’t get too hung up on where or how to categorize Enterline. They’re a husband-wife team (Drew & Melanie) yet the spotlight is solely on Melanie’s magnificent vocal. Worship (and worshipful) songs abound on Kingdoms yet this feels nothing like your standard worship release. It’s also not radio-ready.
What you do get when you listen to Enterline is synth-pop textures, inventive programming layers, and thoughtful artistic touches throughout. Think Plumb or maybe Brooke Fraser. The emotional build of “All For Love” and the synth-centric title track are a great one-two, but Kingdoms’ best work is saved for those who wait for the deeper cuts. “Rest” is a simply beautiful ballad that will earn repeated listens while a remake of “Give Me Jesus” is stunning by the song’s end.