The second single from the forthcoming Homegrown Worship live album - Waking Up The Parishioners - is a joyful celebration of the God who holds our hopes, dreams and our future throughout life's troubles.
'So Good', recorded at Trinity Cheltenham (UK) in May this year features worship leader and songwriter Nick Law. Driving guitars and gang vocals meet rock-solid drums, sparkling synths and a chorus melody that you'll be singing along to for days to come.
'As a Christian, I believe that God holds my hopes and my future. I have spent a disproportionate percentage of my life worrying about the future and what may or may not happen.' says the song's author, Andy Baker.
'One thing I can be certain of is that God will be as good tomorrow as He was yesterday and as He is today. Romans 8 reminds us that He works for good through our circumstances; He works for the good of those who are called according to His purpose.'
'So Good' is released on all digital streaming platforms and premiers on the Homegrown Worship YouTube channel on Wednesday 6th October 2019.
About Nick Law:
Born and based in Sheffield, Nick Law's passion is to write worship songs that challenge musical boundaries, explore the mysteries of God and connect with people's hearts and lives. He endeavours to bring fresh expressions to eternal truths in a way that will encourage and equip others in their walk with our amazing God.
Formerly Worship Director of STC Sheffield and leader of the Worship Central Academy in the North of England, Nick is now the Chief Song Selector for Homegrown Worship, working closely with artists from across the world to craft their material, and regularly leads worship at The Vine, Sheffield.