The blazing single “Good, Good Father” has likely placed Housefires on your radar, but if you’re not already privy to the real songwriters behind the popular worship song made famous by Chris Tomlin, then consider yourself informed. Housefires is a worship collective birthed out of Grace Midtown in Atlanta, a group of dozens of house churches. Their new album, iii (buy), features plenty more authenticity akin to the aforementioned mega-hit. Meaningful, resonant songs like “Build My Life” and “On And On” hold nearly as much potential for widespread congregational use, which means Housefires are set to become a familiar, welcome name for albums to come.
Housefires – ‘iii’ album review
4 Overall Score