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River Valley Worship to Release “Million Lifetimes Deconstructed” Nov. 16
River Valley Worship is releasing a special EP on November 16th, which includes two new songs: “Cross and the Crown” and a Christmas song, “Adore.” Their current radio single, “Hope Has A Name” was the #2 most added at AC this week, with 17+ stations reporting adds. This EP features a deconstructed version of this song.
“It’s been an absolute joy to revisit the songs that have meant so much to our church as well as bring a few new moments to the world and our community through this EP. We prayed that God would breathe on these moments, and give us new vision to translate these songs in a simpler way, all the while keeping the urgency of the original versions. Building something new by deconstructing the familiar. This is our worship for this season.” – Ryan Williams of River Valley Worship.
River Valley Worship is a collection of artists, musicians and songwriters who are an extension of the vibrant creative culture within River Valley Church. With campuses spread across the greater Minneapolis, MN area as well as an international campus in Swaziland, Africa, River Valley Worship is making a global impact. Their debut album, Million Lifetimes, released last year.
Cross and the Crown
Calvary’s Shadow (Runaway Sessions)
All the Time (Runaway Sessions)
Hope has a Name (Runaway Sessions)
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