Tim Hughes has released his “Hope & Glory” music video which was filmed at Gas Street Church, Birmingham UK. Check it out above.

“Hope & Glory” appears on Hughes’ latest album, Pocketful Of Faith, which is available everywhere now.

Pocketful Of Faith represents a new chapter for Tim, chronicling both his faith and family life progression as he moves from the role of worship Pastor at Holy Trinity Brompton, London, UK to a new challenge; planting a church in England’s second city, Birmingham, UK.

From an album that Tim describes as being ‘deeply autobiographical’ yet also an ‘exciting step of faith’, lead single, ‘Hope and Glory’ (premiered at HTB’s 2015 leadership conference at the Royal Albert Hall) and follow up ‘Here With Me’ set a precedent for the rest of the album, both the personification of the modern day 21st century hymn whilst faster paced ‘Only The Brave’ and ‘Plans’ are equally anthemic. Pocketful Of Faith was designed to be his most ambitious, passionate and musically extreme effort to date.

On that move, Tim said at the time of the album’s release, “The songs on this album capture so much of the journey I’ve been on over the last 18 months. That journey being a move to Birmingham to plant a church into the city centre. It’s involved a huge amount of faith and is definitely been the riskiest thing I’ve ever done.”

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