For King And Country is making a huge mark in the Christian music industry. Born in Sydney, Australia, the duo moved to Nashville when they were young and have musical genes in the family. Christian musician and speaker Rebecca St. I love the diverse sound and heartfelt lyrics they bring to each song. Hope is what we crave, And that will never change So I stand and wait I need a drop of grace To carry me today, A simple song to say It's written on my soul: Hope's what we crave. This is a great song to get pumped up for God while listening! As Christians, we are always striving to come closer to God.
8. The Proof Of Your Love, Crave
They definitely have a Coldplay vibe to some of their songs and that makes me love them so much more! This style of music is mesmerizing and beautiful! This only being their sophomore album is truly inspiring to how God can use a band to spread His message and love to the world! Here is my list of their top 10 songs. And He's here without a crown. The Baby Boy without a bed, giving life back to the dead! And hear the angels shout it out, as the people come and bow. Unexpected majesty!
During high school, the brothers supplied background vocals and other supporting roles for their sister, Rebecca St. James , and various bands in concerts across America. Three of those songs "Missing", "Sane", and "Love's to Blame" appeared on Crave with slightly different melodies and lyrics. Love's to Blame was co-written by St. Luke said,. And now it has become our mission, to lay down our lives for our King and our country. We think we've got it all sorted out, and life will deal you those blows. Their debut album Crave was released on 28 February The album hit No. It peaked at No.
The time has come to make a choice. I choose joy. The inspiring pop masterpiece also represents the exciting adventure into unchartered territory for brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone, who were propelled into superstardom with the release of their critically acclaimed sophomore album, RUN WILD. They have garnered four No. But as they reveal in Burn the Ships, there is no looking back, no resting on their laurels.