Shane & Shane Launch New Era of Inspired Music

Furthering their longstanding mission to serve the Church through biblically-grounded, creatively compelling worship resources, the renowned duo Shane & Shane have bowed their first full-length set of original selections in more than six years. Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, Vol. 1 released on July 23 to critical acclaim, and tracks from the project have already landed on multiple playlists, including Spotify’s Top Christian and Apple Music’s Worship Today.

Featuring 13 newly-penned songs inspired by Colossians 316, the album was produced and co-written by Shane Barnard and features such contributing songwriters as Bryan Fowler, Jimmy Needham, Robbie Seay, and others.

The album’s opening track, “Psalm 42 (Loudest Praise),” is a blues and gospel-tinged call to worship with a nod to the timeless hymn “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing.”

“Some of these songs come from that season where you feel you’re[…]

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