The Emily Edwards Band

The High Places (excerpt)

The High Places (excerpt) by The Emily Edwards Band
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Description

This is a sampler from Emily Edward's debut EP, "The High Places" Here is the description for the whole album: "Habakkuk 3:19 says, "The Sovereign Lord is my strength; he makes my feet like the feet of a deer, he enables me to go on the heights." After studying this passage of Scripture in Hannah Hurnard's allegory, Hinds' Feet on High Places, I was deeply inspired to write the title track, "The High Places". In conclusion of this study, I realized that the High Places is any place with Jesus Christ. Reflecting on my own journey with Christ, I grouped these five songs that tell the story of darkness, joy, confusion, and purpose. It is a cry for help, a commitment of worship, a leap for joy. All in a bundle of a folk feel and singer songwriter style, with a big sound and a fun groove. Every melody, strum, and beat of this album plays a part in telling this story of transformational grace."

Credits

"The High Places" was produced, mixed and mastered by Tanner Daniels in affiliation with Epiphany Studios and Group Efforts Studios. All rights reserved.

The band:

Emily Edwards- Vocals, Ukelele, Guitar, Piano

Caleb Edwards- Vocals, Guitar, Dobro, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar

Henry Volk- Bass Guitar

Rob Edwards- Drums

A Special Thanks to Parkside Christian Church, Daniel Read, Dan Murphy, and coffee.

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