Blog: Featured Album: LZ7 - Aftershow

Jan 07 2014

In the next episode of our new series of featured albums, we look at the winner
of the LTTM Awards 2013, the latest release from LZ7 titled 'Aftershow'.

Popular British band LZ7 have released their latest studio album 'Aftershow'. The album features a guest appearance and co-writes with worship leader Matt Redman, plus collaborations with UK rapper Guvna B and American Christian rock band Family Force 5.

Following its release 'Aftershow' entered the UK's Official Christian & Gospel Albums Chart, compiled in partnership with Compassion, at Number 11.

Fronted by singer Lindz West, LZ7 have previously had success in the UK's mainstream singles chart with 'This Little Light', which reached number 26 in 2010, and '27 Million' with Matt Redman, which hit number 12 on the charts last year.

"LZ7 are the band to tell your mates about. They have great tunes with a great positive message and a great live show. Aftershow proves that this band are still sounding as fresh as they have ever done with their solid bass beats jammed with so many great tunes to get stuck into..

LTTM Rating 5 out of 5 Stars
Louder Than The Music
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Track Listing:

1. Aftershow
2. Give Out The Love
3. Symphony
4. Overcome By Love (feat. Matt Redman)
5. Whoever Said (feat. Guvna B)
6. Next Level (feat. Soul Glow Activator, Family Force 5)
7. Beautiful Exchange (feat. Denny White)
8. Strobot
9. Shades
10. Mission Control
11. Brave Face (feat. Jake Isaac)
12. Irreversible
13. Cause An Attack
14. Escape
15. Joyride

"Aftershow has kept the familiar pop/dance sounds of previous LZ7 projects but has definitely stepped up a gear in maturity and sound making Aftershow a euphoric dance anthem that would place them alongside other established dance artists in their genre."

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LZ7 - Twenty Seven Million Single

The Matt Redman and LZ7 single 'Twenty Seven Million' entered the Official UK Singles chart at number 12. Released in support of the A21 Campaign which aims to combat human trafficking and slavery, the single was played on BBC Radio 1, the UK's biggest national radio station, during the chart show as well as earlier in the week when it was announced the single had reached number 8 in the mid-week chart. The single was the second highest new entry in the charts that week.

For more information about the A21 Campaign click here

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