Hymns Redux

I released an EP recently, called Hymns Redux:

Hymns Redux is a set of songs nobody really asked for. What began as me strumming along to texts that I loved became a mini project of new melodies set to older words. These songs already have good melodies traditionally associated with them, but I hope these re-imaginings might shed new light on meaningful texts.

I limited myself to one day a track (so four days total) for everything from recording to mixing to mastering.

It’s free to download, and is out on all major streaming services. I hope you like it!

Lockdown Loops

I released two versions of an album today, Lockdown Loops.

These were written and recorded when England went into our second national lockdown in 2020.

Life in lockdown feels like a life on loop. Things are the same everyday and it’s easy for monotony to take over. If life gives you lemons, why not use a looper?

Recorded over three weeks, the free version of Lockdown Loops is a discipline of seeking beauty in the mundane, finding riches in the ritual, and finding surprise in the everyday.

The free version includes 14 tracks, the deluxe version an additional 7 tracks, plus videos of each song as I recorded them. You can get the free version here.

Lecture: Discipleship in the Arts

A couple months ago I was able to speak to a group of church planters in South Carolina through the Carolina Greenhouse. It was an honor to talk to these leaders about discipleship in the arts. It’s fairly brief, and includes a section of the Q & A. You can listen to it below, and download it here.

I also created a sample reading list, you can download that, too.