Thursday, May 4, 2017

Music Review-City of Enoch: Sweet Redeemer


Deseret Book sent me a copy of this album and asked me to share my thoughts with you, my readers.  All opinions are my own.

I was at the gym yesterday (don't faint) and decided to give this new album a try. As soon as the music began streaming through my headphones I started smiling. 

Who did these guys remind me of? Edwin McCain? Nickle Creek, Lady Antebellum? Maybe, but they definitely have a sound all their own and I LOVE IT! 

This CD is going to be my new favorite to sing along to in the car! There's Joy and He Hears Me we're my instant favorites. 

This album has a quality that makes you just want to sit back and enjoy listening and would make the perfect Mother's Day gift!


 Follow the link below to go have a listen for yourself and pick up your own copy. You won't be sorry!

City of Enoch: Sweet Redeemer

by City of Enoch

City of Enoch is the group that you have been waiting for, with a captivating sound that is described as “Lady Antebellum harmonies meet Christian Contemporary praise.” This debut album from a rising trio features new songs, great Christian covers, and an incredible new arrangement of the classic hit “He Hears Me”.

About the Author

City of Enoch

City of Enoch is a contemporary Christian vocal trio consisting of Jeremy Christensen, Brianna Curran, and Kyle Wesley. After traveling to Nashville to write songs and put together initial ideas for a group, Jeremy and Kyle began the concept of the group by writing the song “Bountiful” along with a mutual friend and producer. Shortly after that, they recruited Brianna Curran, someone they discovered on YouTube, after searching for singers in Utah who could complete their concept for a group with powerful three-part harmonies and the ability to easily share vocal leads. Based out of Salt Lake City, the group quickly gelled, and they began performing and creating more demo songs. Soon they were discovered by Shadow Mountain Records and signed a deal to immediately begin work on their first album. Their debut album features primarily original songs, drawing inspiration from their faith journey. Standouts are some of their first songs, “Bountiful” and “One Prayer away,” as well as an incredible cover of the Hilary Weeks classic “He Hears Me.” Expect big things from City of Enoch.
Come back soon,
Suzy

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