With help from likeminded artists like Sara Groves, Sarah Masen, and Taylor Leonhardt, LaFollette takes time-honored, poetically rich words from the Book of Common Prayer and pairs them with modern, beautiful melodies. In the spirit of the Psalms, the music is contemplative, comforting, honest and vulnerable; it offers the freedom of personal conversation with God while remaining tethered to enduring truths of the faith. LaFollette shares, “In a time where loss and deconstruction seem ever-present, I find a foundation in the truth of these prayers. There is not a song on this record that I haven’t sung alone in my bedroom as a way to meet with God and preach to myself.” Several singles from the album have been featured in top Christian playlists on Spotify, exposing LaFollette to a much larger audience. While the songs are decidedly personal, they are ultimately intended for the Church. Songs of[…]
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