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Him + Her Worship to Release New Album on September 4

Him + Her Worship to Release New Album on September 4

Him + Her Worship to Release New Album on September 4

Him + Her Worship will be releasing their full-length debut album Even In The Dark on September 4. Grounded in the assurance of God’s steadfast love throughout life’s deepest valleys and highest peaks, the project was written, recorded, and produced by Him + Her Worship’s Seth and Jenna Herlich.

With additional instrumentation and production support from Hotel Eden’s Kelly Warner, Even In The Dark was mixed and mastered by Nicolas Essig (Lana Del Rey, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood) and features 10 selections—seven vocal tracks alongside three instrumental interludes. 

“This record was written in the quiet moments of a dark season, when the only thing that made sense was to go to the Lord,” says Jenna of the album’s genesis. “And the truth that came back to us every time was that He is faithful and loving and full of grace, even in the dark.” 
 
“There will be darkness, but darkness doesn’t have to have the final word,” Seth adds. “There is hope and peace in every season, and we find that in Jesus over and over again.”

The album will feature tracks including the standout “Psalm 27 (I Will Sing),” and “Psalm 27 (I Will Sing),” “Never Change,” and “It’ll Be Alright.”

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The Minnesota based band Him + Her Worship’s Seth (piano, vocals) and Jenna (guitar, vocals) Herlich began songwriting and performing together two years ago. Quickly carving a unique niche in the worship landscape with their vulnerable, introspective lyrics and experimental, folk-pop sonic textures, the duo’s “All Along”—from their critically-acclaimed 2019 debut EP Beacon—was featured on Spotify’s coveted “New Music Friday Christian” playlist. Bringing their passionate harmonies and timeless message of Christ’s love to audiences around the country, Him + Her Worship’s full-time life on the road is chronicled in the 2019 documentary Follow Where You Lead, which was showcased at last year’s Great Lakes State Film Festival.  

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