Planetshakers – I Remember
Internationally recognized praise and worship band, Planetshakers offers up a brand new song titled “I Remember (Studio Version)”. Available now on all digital platforms. The song’s lyric video is further featured on Planetshakers’ YouTube page, which has over one million subscribers and more than 277 million views.
Planetshakers is passionate to see generations worldwide unite together to worship God. Their heart is to see people encounter God, be transformed by His presence, and empowered to make a difference in their world.
Hailing originally from Adelaide, the Planetshakers Band is now based in Melbourne at Planetshakers Church, under the leadership of Senior Pastors Russell and Sam Evans. With over 20 internationally acclaimed albums, the band tour annually to the USA, South America, UK, Europe, South Africa, South East Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.
The song “I Remember (Studio Version)” was produced, mixed and sung by Joth Hunt, who also co-wrote it with Sam Evans. Hunt additionally leads the live version of the song that was featured on the acclaimed Glory Part One digital EP recorded in Melbourne at Planetshakers Church and released Jan. 10.
“When we remember who Jesus is and what He has won for us, the things of this world grow strangely dim in the light of His glory and grace,” says Russell Evans, Planetshakers Founder, and Senior Pastor, reflecting on the current world pandemic and the message of the new single.
“Each day we all face unexpected life-altering challenges. None of us are immune to life’s curveballs,” adds Planetshakers’ Joshua Brown. “However, when we are faced with such situations, the Bible encourages us to remind ourselves about the victory Jesus won for us.”
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