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One House Worship – ‘Good’

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Pioneering a sound that is caught between contemporary Christian music and traditional gospel, One House Worship has been drawing attention lately for their unique sound and unforgettable anthems of hope, identity, and victory. At their core, they’re an eclectic collective of writers, producers, and musicians who “formulate fresh musical and lyrical masterpieces that cut straight to the heart of every listener”, or so they claim. With an impressive roster of global leaders, entrepreneurs, best-selling authors, the collective clearly has no lack of talent or focus, and on their latest single, the aptly titled ‘Good’, it’s all on show.

A new single that has been taken straight from their latest EP, ‘Good’ sees acclaimed worship leader and songwriter Naomi Raine stepping into the spotlight and exclaiming God’s love and kindness, and while we don’t necessarily go in for that sort thing, you can’t deny a good song when you hear it

Co-written by six-time Grammy award-winning artist, producer and songwriter Israel Houghton, ‘Good’ is armed with an angelic sense of sound, one that shines with vibrant pop overtones and some truly expressive vocals. Offering a deft showcase of clean acoustic guitar chords, clever percussion shifts, and nuanced, yet wonderfully authentic sound, it’s a track that revels in shifting sonic textures and unwavering faith.

The closing track of the EP, ‘Good’ is a small, but impressive glimpse into the collective’s abilities, and while it might be aimed at the more religious or god-fearing listeners among us, the bold mix of pop, rock, and new age RnB ensures there is something for everyone.

You can stream ‘Good’ above alongside its official music videos, and be sure to check out the full EP, ‘He Always Provides’, on all major platforms by clicking here.

Score: 7.5/10

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