Out Of The Ashes Release Single/Video of Title Track 'Get Out The Boat' Ahead of New Album

Aug 21 2019

UK Christian group Out Of The Ashes have released the final single ahead of their next studio album due out in September. 'Get Out the Boat' is the title track from Out of the Ashes' fourth album, and serves as an unapologetic statement of musical intent from the band, and a call to action for their listeners.


This is a big, bold number, boasting the funkiest of guitars, a powerful horn section and a hammond organ solo worthy of classic acts like Santana and The Spencer Davis Group. Bolder still is the message. Can you truly resist God's call to leave your comfort zone, take a step of faith and - like Peter - step out of the boat towards Jesus?

Out of the Ashes is Gospel collective based in Gloucestershire, England which is known for its Jazz, R&B and Swing sounds, with Gospel roots. They are using music as part of their mission to stand for joy, healing and love in the church; energising weary Christians and rejuvenating ailing congregations.

The band has two previous albums: The Garden (2010) and Love Can Be A Bumpy Road (Feb 2015). From gigs, festivals and church services, to blogging, radio & TV appearances; Out Of The Ashes comment on incisive topics that cut to the heart of the daily struggle that Christians face, bring hope and energy that God has a plan for us all.

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