British worship leader Matt Redman will release his new album 'Unbroken Praise' on 16th June 2015. The album was recorded live at London's famous Abbey Road Studios in February. The first single will be released to radio on 15th May.
"So happy to announce my new album, 'Unbroken Praise', being released this June", revealed Redman on his website. "Recorded live at Abbey Road. And there's a good story behind this artwork - more details soon!"
Following two of the bestselling albums of his career, 'Your Grace Finds Me' (2013) and '10,000 Reasons' (2011), Redman returns with an album featuring new worship songs, recorded live at Abbey Road studios in London.
As the writer of many of the most popular worship songs like 'Blessed Be Your Name', 'The Heart Of Worship', and 'Better Is One Day', Matt Redman's songs are sung by millions of people every Sunday. His recent hit '10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)' spent 19 weeks at No. 1 while selling over 675,000 tracks. The song also garnered two GRAMMY Awards, a Billboard Music Award and was named ASCAP's Christian Music Song of the Year.
Among those in the audience for the albums recording was Worship Central's Ben Cantelon, who said on Twitter, "At Abbey Road Studios for @matt_redman live recording - Amazing songs that will touch the hearts of many and ultimately the Fathers heart!"