Grammy nominated artist reveals new theme song for Christian festival

The Christian festival, Spring Harvest, have announced that Grammy-nominated artist Leeland have co-written and recorded the theme song for this year’s Spring Harvest Home event. Unrivalled, which is released on March 19th is the first new music from the Texas-based worship band since 2016 and showcases an energetic and inspiring worship sound, setting the tone for the festival’s theme of worshiping the unrivalled God.

The US based singer-songwriter Leeland Mooring has released five studio albums since 2004, and was in 2007 nominated for New Artist of the Year at the GMA Dove Awards. His songs have encouraged many into a deeper relationship with God which included his popular take on the Sinach track, Way Maker which has been listened to by thousands around the world. Unrivalled has an overarching nostalgic pop feel with atmospheric riffs and synths to create an inspiring soundscape that create an anthemic song speaking to the awesome unrivalled God we worship.

Abby Guinness, Head of Spring Harvest, says,

“We are so thrilled to have an artist as celebrated as Leeland contributing to this year’s Spring Harvest Home event, particularly as their fans have been eagerly anticipating their latest music. Unrivalled is full of truth that we know will reignite hearts with the hope of God’s greatness. It’s lyrics provide real theological depth while being inviting and easy for all to join in and praise God!”

The song is now available to pre-save on Spotify until release date 19th March, and those who do so will be offered a 10% discount on tickets to the Spring Harvest Home 2021 event.

Abby continues,

“After what we’ve all been going through for the past year, Unrivalled is a timely and hopeful song, glorifying the Lord and shifting our focus back on His faithfulness through it all.”

Pre-save the track on Spotify today, and receive 10% off tickets to Spring Harvest Home 2021 here.

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