North Carolina-native Mack Brock has released his new live album SPACE via Capitol CMG. An album birthed during the pandemic, the singer-songwriter fashioned a collection of songs that makes room for vulnerability, a space for the weary, whose yesterday’s failures still burden the present, for the hurt, the confused, and the lonely to find God in the in-between rather than in the distance.
“Love is not blind,” shared Brock, “God sees everything, and then, He still chooses to bring us close and to pursue us.”
Space was produced by Elevation Worship’s producer and composer Aaron Robertson alongside Brock. The artist co-wrote the featured tracks together with GMA Dove Award-winner Phil Wickham, Hillsong UNITED’s Chris Davenport, Grammy Award-winning songwriter Jason Ingram, Juno Award-winner Matt Maher, and more. The live project features artist collaborations with Maher, Mateus Asato, and Amanda Lindsey Cook on the title track “Space.”
“People are tired and oftentimes feel so left behind. My heart’s desire is that myself, my family, and my music can be a conduit that reminds people that they are loved and accepted just as they are with no strings attached,” said Brock. “They can be confident in who they are. God loves you, and when you receive that, it’ll change your life. It allows you to love people in a new way – a love that serves, a love that leads with grace.”
Mack Brock’s SPACE is now available to stream on all major music platforms.
Listen to the lead single “Space” featuring Amanda Lindsey Cook below: