The singer/songwriter and worship leader Ian Zumback has today released his brand new EP. The 5 song EP, entitled Father’s Son, includes songs that range from tender ballads to rousing anthems. Song themes included on the EP range from passionate calls to praise on “The God Of All Hears Us” to worshipful responses to God’s grace on “Father’s Son.” “Mystery,” is a triumphant declaration of God’s salvation plan. “Where Does My Help Come From” and “Jesus, Lover Of My Soul” share themes of God’s love, comfort, and faithfulness, even in the most difficult of times.

The Father’s Son EP, the result of a crowd-funding campaign earlier this year, was recorded at Farmland Studios and Ocean Way Studios in Nashville, TN with Daniel Ornellas (Worship Republic, Brenton Brown, Tree63) in March earlier this year.

Album Credits:
Produced by: Daniel Ornellas (Tree 63, Brenton Brown)
Mixed by: Shane D. Wilson (Chris Tomlin, Crowder, Josh Wilson, All Sons and Daughters)
Mastered by: Nathan Watkins (Sony’s “Now Hear This” including Tim Timmons, The Neverclaim, and the Digital Age)


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You can find out more about Ian Zumback in our article from earlier this year here.

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