Youth worship album set to create a storm

One of the big album releases of 2014 is Midnight Oil: Live in Worship. The album was recorded at the Birmingham’s Royal Symphony Hall during the 2013 Midnight Oil youth event. Over 1000 people gathered at this recording to hear Seth Pinnock and his worship singers, which included Ricardo Williams, Carla Ellington and Patrice Alisha Copeland, sing in unison. They didn’t disappoint.

The album features songs written by Seth, and has been recorded on Kingdom Boy Records, a label he set up last year. Midnight Oil: Live in Worship is the result of one of Seth’s long held dreams. He shared, “This is a project I have wanted to do for some years, and to see it come to life is so exciting. I believe the songs are timeless, and are blessed to be a blessing. I want to thank everyone that has teamed up to bring this together.”

The album was released on November 17, and has already won high profile fans, including Bishop John Francis, Muyiwa and US gospel star, Marlon Butler.

Seth & A New Thing have a busy few months ahead promoting the album, and are set to embark on the ‘Midnight Cry Tour’, a 25-date tour of churches. Cities they’ll be visiting include Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham, Ipswich, Peterborough and London.

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