Rend Collective Met with Setback While Recording their New Album

Rend Collective

Irish worship team Rend Collective met with a setback while recording their new album.  Apparently, their studio was broken in and a laptob containing their new songs and a month's worth of work of recording have been stolen. The band asked fans to pray for them. "We share this to ask for prayer as we sit down to rework and record these songs. Please pray that God's presence would fall and he would provide the strength we need to finish up this album. Thank you for being family and church to us."

The popular folk-worship group went on to add on twitter, "Thank you all for the overwhelming support & prayers after our equipment was stolen. Don't worry no one is gonna stop this album coming out!"

Rend Collective (formerly known as Rend Collective Experiment) is a Northern Irish Christian experimental, folk rock, worship band originating from Bangor, Northern Ireland. The current lineup consists of Gareth Gilkeson, Chris Llewellyn, Ali Gilkeson, Patrick Thompson and Steve Mitchell. Their first studio album "Organic Family Hymnal" was released on 28 September 2010.

Their second studio album "Homemade Worship By Handmade People" was released on 10 January 2012. Both records were released by Kingsway. Their first live album Campfire was released on 29 January 2013 with Integrity. Their fourth album, "The Art of Celebration," was released on 14 March 2014. 


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