Planetshakers Unveils “Supernatural Love: Live At Chapel”


Internationally acclaimed praise and worship band Planetshakers has just released “Supernatural Love: Live At Chapel” via Venture3Media (V3M). The single, now available on all major digital and streaming platforms at [link], captures the essence of a live in-the-round performance led by Planetshakers’ Joth Hunt on piano, accompanied by the band and Planetshakers Bible College students in their chapel.

Co-written by Joth Hunt and Andy Harrison, “Supernatural Love” is a powerful declaration of the Father’s love, with production also helmed by Hunt. It serves as the lead single from the upcoming album, “Show Me Your Glory – Live At Chapel,” scheduled for release on November 3, featuring 12 companion videos. This recording reimagines tracks from the full “Show Me Your Glory” production, offering a musically accessible experience for smaller gatherings. It features the core Planetshakers worship team, including Hunt, Harrison, Sam Evans, Josh Ham, Aimee Walker, Chelsi Nikkerud, and Rudy Nikkerud.

Andy Harrison reflects on the song, saying, “There is such powerful revelation of the Father’s love in this song. Every time we sing it, His love is poured out and experienced. Fear has to go, hearts are healed, and even relationships are mended by the power of His love. This recording truly captures the raw vulnerability that aligns with the heart-to-heart message of the song.”

“Supernatural Love: Live At Chapel” is a glimpse into Planetshakers’ larger “Show Me Your Glory” project, which features 14 songs, with 12 of them recorded live during the Show Me Your Glory Planetshakers Conference in Melbourne, Australia. The album offers a musical journey encompassing both uplifting praise songs and powerful worship anthems, designed to lead listeners into a profound encounter with the Divine.

Osafo Daniel
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