LOS ANGELES (January 22, 2021)— GRAMMY® Award-winning and multi-platinum-selling Hillsong Worship announces the release of their latest single, “Fresh Wind.” Out today, the brand-new song features lead vocals from Hillsong Worship’s Brooke Ligertwood and David Ware. Listen to the new track here.
Recorded Across Multiple Continents, the New Audio Track Is Available Today
Hillsong Worship, comprised of a diverse global community and built on the foundation of connection and community, was tasked with creating their newest release amidst the unprecedented challenge of isolation and travel restrictions. As a result, “Fresh Wind” was recorded across several continents, including Sydney, Australia and Los Angeles, CA.
“‘Fresh Wind’ is not only a new worship song for any believer with whom it might resonate, but the sincere cry of our hearts for Christ’s church,” says Ligertwood. “In a world angry and divided, we truly need the Church to be ‘the fragrance of Christ’ – and we cannot be and dare not try to be without the help of the precious Holy Spirit. We – really – need a fresh wind.”
With over 3 BILLION career streams, 5.1 MILLION global tracks, and over 20 MILLION career album sales, Hillsong Worship continues to reach nations and generations by writing and leading songs that influence both individual devotion and congregational worship for the glory of God.
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Hillsong Worship exists to serve the global Church and equip believers everywhere with songs of Holy Spirit power that exalt and glorify the Name of Jesus, build the Church and fuel revival on the earth. With songs such as “Cornerstone,” “Mighty To Save,” “This I Believe (The Creed),” “Who You Say I Am” and the Grammy Award winning and RIAA certified Platinum “What a Beautiful Name,” With over 3 billion career streams and over 20 million career album sales, Hillsong Worship’s catalogue is sung by an estimated 50 million people worldwide each week. Featuring worship leaders and songwriters such as Brooke Ligertwood, Ben Fielding, Reuben Morgan, Joel Houston, Taya, Aodhan King, David Ware and more, Hillsong Worship is committed to continuing its legacy of writing and leading songs that – by God’s grace – impact both individual devotion and congregational worship for the glory of God