Avalon Worship Releases “Rattle” (Live)

Avalon Worship

Building upon the momentum that has been growing since the iconic group announced their name change and new musical direction, Avalon Worship has released the live version of the song “Rattle” on video and recorded formats.

The live video version was filmed by David “Doc” Abbott – known for his work with NEEDTOBREATHE, Lady A, Jewel, CeeLo Green, Lee Brice, Styx, Brian McKnight, Jason Mraz, Train, among others – at Starstruck Studios on Music Row in Nashville, TN. The worship experience features a choir of local worship leaders and students from Lipscomb University’s Worship Arts Department.

“This song reminds us that we serve a God that is supernatural,” says Greg Long. “What seems impossible to us is always possible with Him. Whatever circumstance we are walking through we can be encouraged when we hear the lyric, ‘Dry bones hear the Word of the Lord,’ taken from the book of Ezekiel.”

“So many feel so defeated and powerless right now,” says Jody McBrayer. “Exhausted and struggling, even with our faith. As I listen to and sing this song, I’m reminded that there is a sovereign God who is still in control…still breathing life into dry, tired and defeated bones and He still has a plan. Just as He spoke to the prophet Ezekiel thousands of years ago, He still speaks today!”

Long admired for show-stopping, mega-hits like “Testify To Love,” “Can’t Live A Day,” and “Adonai,” the American Music Award-winning, GRAMMY-nominated pop vocal group surprised industry and fans alike when they announced their new name, new project and new musical direction – Avalon Worship.

Produced by Don Koch and released on Red Street Records, the project – Avalon Worship – reflects who they are as individuals as well as a worship collective.


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