Gateway ‘Greater Than’ Album Review
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Gateway ‘Greater Than’ Album Review

Greater Than
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No stranger to the ears of worship music lovers worldwide, Gateway, the worship collective of Texas-based Gateway Church which serves over 40,000 congregants a week, returns with their latest collection of vertical praise and encouragement in Greater Than. With a thematic heartbeat that acknowledges that the world we live in is so often beset by heartbreak and pain, the album points listeners to the truth that God is always there moving in the midst of our hurt.

Recorded live, the setlist plays out like a First Wednesday worship gathering with rousing tracks like album opener “Something Good” with it’s driving rhythm and “All That I Need,” accented by a synth-laden drive standing out while songs like the title track and “Linger” provide more reflective moments. A definite highlight is the Matthew Harris-helmed “Deliverance,” infused with soulful vocals and a lyric of humility and praise.

Continuing their run of earnest vertical worship, Gateway again scores big with Greater Than.

–Andrew Greenhalgh

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About The Author

Andrew Greenhalgh is a guy who loves music in all shapes and forms and who has a special place in his heart for CCM. He's channelled that love of music into a journeyman writing career, having work published with outlets like StereoSubversion, The Sound Opinion, CCM Magazine, and Relevant. When he's not searching out the latest and greatest song to hit the airwaves, he can be found on the sands of southwest Florida playing beach volleyball or throwing another slab of ribs on the smoker.

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