Elim Sound Releasing 'I Have A Saviour' Ahead of New Album 'God Is Still Moving'

Mar 05 2021

Elim Sound release their new single 'I Have A Saviour' on 12th March, featuring Tim Williams. It is the second song to be released from their forthcoming project 'God Is Still Moving', following the recent single 'You Are Worthy' (Featuring Rebecca Sivalogan & Sam Blake).


'I Have A Saviour' started off as a conversation between the writers Ian Yates and Tim Williams sharing about life in lockdown and the different challenges they had faced. The guys also shared about personal struggles that they had navigated over the last few years which kickstarted the song idea. 'I Have A Saviour' is an honest, hopeful, lament that asks big questions, yet reminds us that we can trust in God and that Jesus Christ carries our burdens.

Elim Sound will release 'God Is Still Moving' on 7th May 2021, a brand new collection of hopeful and honest songs written by Elim songwriters over the last 2 years, declaring that God is still moving. "We pray these songs of praise, lament, honesty and hope provide a soundtrack for us all as we navigate this season of tension, trusting the One who holds it all, Christ Jesus."

In the run up to the album's release, Elim Sound will be release two further singles, 'Our God is Moving' (Featuring Sam Blake & Moyo Ayeni) on 26th March, and 'I am Yours' (Featuring Nathan Jess) on 23rd April.

Elim Sound have a rich heritage that spans an entire century and are the product of the collective skill and passion of members of a new generation currently emerging within the UK’s Elim Pentecostal Churches. 
Bringing together a community of worship leaders, pastors and creatives from the Elim movement and beyond, Elim Sound are committed to inspiring, encouraging and equipping the church in worship.

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