A Recent Video Roundup

A Recent Video Roundup

Here’s a roundup of recent music videos I didn’t have the time to cover on the site at the time but desperately wanted to! We start with the hardest hitting one…

Axsin say there’s No Coming Back from suicide in their new music video. If you struggle with suicidal thoughts please see our article with more music on the topic and links to professional help etc here. You are not alone and there IS hope!

Riley Clemmons highlights how God always works things For The Good of us in this wonderful acoustic performance of her latest single.

We Are Messengers offer up a Wholehearted piece of authentic worship.

Dillon Chase and Nic D are Falling Slow…

Zauntee is BackFromTheDEAD and he’s so pumped up he forgot the spaces in the track name!!

This is My Favorite Part of the video roundup…right PEABOD?

Every now and then a worship video feels like it catches the energy in the room, and this one from Brooke Nicholls and Movement Worship is a good example. The holy spirt certainly wasn’t Still!

Let’s take a quick P A U S E to H O P E before continuing courtesy of Salt of the Sound.

Carrie Underwood singing Let There Be Peace is up there among my all time favourite sensations in music (I only hope to experience it live one day!). So this video was always going to be included here. And tied into the mega hit Something In The Water? Take my money now! Enjoy these two performances from her My Gift – A Christmas Special on HBO Max.

This in studio video of Martin Smith and co recording his new Fire In Your Eyes single is such a great spirit raiser!

Da. T.R.U.T.H. and D’Shondra serve us up a deliciously refreshing serving of Lemonaid.

Sarah Reeves implores us to Go Tell It In the Mountain. I don’t really do Christmas music but I’m loving Sarah’s More The Merrier Christmas album! Stream it here.

Into heavy music? Then it’s Paramount you watch this new live video from August Burns Red

Mr. Del and Bishop Kevin Foreman Believe In Him so What You Gon’ Do bout it?!

It’s all in the Wrist according to Canon and Poetics. I’m seriously rocking with Canon’s new album We Made It. Stream here.

And we finish with my favourite song in this roundup. I think we can all agree that this world needs revival! So let’s let it start with us! Rebecca St. James and her brothers for KING & COUNTRY collaborate to encourage us to do just that in Kingdom Come. I LOVE this song!