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Music review: Home by FourHymn

Music review: Home by FourHymn

Music review: Home by FourHymn

17 July 2019

FourHymn are a Christian vocal group from Regent Hall Salvation Army in London.

Reviewed by Jessica Morris

FourHymn, a Christian vocal group from Regent Hall Salvation Army in London, have wowed audiences since their debut in 2015. 

Their second album, Home, is a collection of songs that will draw you back to the Saviour.

Originals like That the World May Believe and To Now The Artist establish the power of their classically trained voices, and show the ability for a younger generation to embrace the traditional sound of The Salvation Army.

A surprising arrangement of How Great Thou Art will get your toes tapping as you hum along to a soulful melody and brass section, while their cover of the recent hit Chainbreaker, made famous by Zach Williams, shows their affinity with contemporary Christian music.

The band’s passion for worship and ushering people into God’s presence is apparent in the last track, Chris Tomlin and Matt Maher’s Crown Him.

The beauty of Home is that every song is rooted in scripture. By mixing styles and genres, from worship tunes to classical elements and contemporary Christian to classic ’70s worship tones, they make this accessible to Salvationists of all ages.

Home is available from Sydney Salvationist Supplies (1800 634 209) or thetrade.salvos.org.au, and Melbourne Salvation Army Supplies (1800 100 018) or commerce.salvationarmy.org.au

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