King’s Norwich Worship Unveils Debut EP “This Is Our Worship”

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King’s Norwich Worship

King’s Norwich Worship, based at King’s Community Church in Norwich, is set to make its mark in the music scene with the release of their debut EP, “This Is Our Worship.” Available on all major streaming platforms from November 24, 2023, the EP features a collection of six songs written and performed by Ben Lock, Joe Bunton, and John Raspin.

The release will be preceded by two singles: “I Love You Lord” on November 3 and “Forever And A Day” on November 17. With a blend of contemplative and joyful tracks, “This Is Our Worship” encompasses a range of themes, from adoration to declarations of God’s character and grace.

Rooted in biblical truth, the EP is poised to offer a fresh addition to worship playlists, providing a soundtrack for everyday worship in various settings. The songs, beautifully layered and produced, are a diverse yet unified expression of love and devotion to Jesus.

Joe Bunton, a member of King’s Norwich Worship, shares insights into the album’s genesis: “As a worship leader, the words of the Psalms have often resonated with me, and I find myself continually going back to them for inspiration, guidance, and challenge… More and more I was finding new songs that either needed a bit of theological explanation before leading them or had sections that I questioned whether I fully believed in. This highlighted to me the importance of leading songs that reflect the theology of your local church and acted as one of the catalysts for me, and others in the church, to begin seriously writing songs that could be led and sung with conviction in our church.”

King’s Norwich Worship’s debut EP promises to be a compelling addition to the worship music landscape, inviting listeners into a meaningful and authentic worship experience.

Osafo Daniel
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