Bethel Music's Amanda Lindsey Cook has unveiled her latest, House On A Hill, available now. The product of two months spent tucked away in a secluded house in the wooded hills of Nashville, TN, Amanda both wrote and recorded for the critically acclaimed album, inviting a few close friends into the process including GRAMMY®-winning producers Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury (Lauren Daigle, Cory Asbury), and long-time collaborator Steffany Gretzinger.
Called "a true piece of art born from a place of rawness, fragility, and honesty...with a level of intentionality that can only be God-inspired" by The Christian Beat, Hallels adds "all the songs on (House On A Hill) are soft ethereal ballads bristling with diary-like confessions that are therapeutic for the soul."
“I think it’s really essential to create rhythms of rest. There are some things that only actually ever happen when we slow down long enough to be still and let everything catch up to us. It’s the wound in us that wants to be healed that’s trying to catch up," said Amanda. "This record, in particular, came at a really crucial moment. One of my producers basically said to me, ‘I think you need to write your way through it. I think you need to sing your way through it.’”
And that is just what the worship leader has done. "Amanda has crafted a record that feels like stepping into the sun after a long winter night, the perfect meditative soundtrack for the first days of spring," said CCM Magazine. "House on a Hill is one of the top worship albums of the year. This is truly a great album and a moving and prayerful worship experience," noted New Release Today.