The GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, California, hosted a special evening on Monday, Oct. 8 with popular worship group Mosaic MSC, in relation to their new album, HEAVEN. The event took place at the museum's Clive Davis Theater and included an intimate Q&A session with GRAMMY Museum Artistic Director Scott Goldman, followed by a special live performance in front of a packed audience of fans.
Mosaic MSC, the worship group and heartbeat behind Mosaic, a church located in the heart of Los Angeles, Orange County and Mexico City, is a collective of some of Los Angeles' most talented and culturally diverse singers and musicians. The widespread popularity of Mosaic MSC's music has opened up dynamic opportunities for the band. With more than 50 million streams and one million monthly listeners on Spotify in more than 50 countries, MSC continues to impact millions through their unique way of painting the musical soundscape of the current culture with their projects and shows across the globe.
Known best for their soulful, hypnotic single "Tremble," from their 2016 live album Glory & Wonder, the breakout single spent 33 weeks total on the Hot Christian Songs chart and peaked at #19. The group's lyric video has seen an astounding eight million cumulative views on YouTube, while Glory & Wonder itself reached #16 on the Billboard Christian Albums chart.
Mosaic MSC's album HEAVEN, is the group's debut studio release, after having previously released two live albums (including their 2015 MSC LIVE IN LA). HEAVEN was written and recorded collectively by the band, and alternates between male and female lead vocals, paired with the group's mystical, atmospheric, and electronica driven style. The group recently embarked on its first ever U.S. headline in support of HEAVEN on September 21.
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L-R: Carlos Pimentel, Mariah Goss, Scott Goldman
L-R: J.D. Fahr, Brooke Figueroa, Andres Figueroa (back), Aaron Weits (back), Mariah Goss, Carlos Pimentel, Colin Dennard (back), Rob Aholoka