As part of our 10 year anniversary, we're so excited to offer you a three song E.P. of brand new recordings! They are available to download now (no physical release at this point).

If you buy the videos they come with permission to include in services you stream or post online.

We have loved working with producer Jon Bilbrough (who has experience working with artists as diverse as Nitin Sawney and his dad, Dave Bilbrough) and used our regular band of Sunil Chandy (bass), Richard Morgan (drums, violin), and Adam Parkes (keys). We were also blessed to have Cat Davis on cello.

In terms of sound, we wanted to challenge ourselves and play outside of the "what a church band could reproduce" box. Our aim was to create rich, reflective and emotive tracks which an individual or small group could use to help them engage with God.

The opening track "He Is Here" is a brand new song based on the "Sursum Corda" prayer (lift up your hearts). This is set to an intentionally simple piano accompaniment by Adam, inspired by post-classical artists such as Ólafur Arnalds and Max Richter (with a little electronics bubbling around the background). An opening voice-over sets the tone (thanks to Sunil and his friend Anne for this recording), followed by an extended piano introduction to allow you to still yourself.

Second track "Let Us Kneel" is a new arrangement of one of Sam's older songs. Sufjan Stevens inspired acoustic guitar picking accompanies double tracked vocals by Sam and Sara. This is then accompanied by drum'n'bass inflected drums, string counter melodies and some harmonium by Jon.

Third track "We Have Come" is another that Sam originally wrote for congregational use via However, here it has received a radical re-working, with looping strings reminicent of Cinematic Orchestra, an ethereal vocal and a surprising shift of time signature as the drums kick in. We also loved experimenting with harp samples and a re-harmonised final verse.

You can buy the three tracks here as a bundle. To buy the track seperately go to their individual pages, where you can also find accompanying videos by Sam and Richard Lyall -