Equippers Revolution, the worship team from Auckland, New Zealand, are excited to announce the release of their second album and debut on DREAM Worship, Hands High. Produced by the entire team in early 2017, the album is the sound of the Revolution Youth Movement and a big creative chapter in the movement story for the team's debut on a label. The up-beat, synth-pop infused track is complemented by strong congregational songs including "Heartbeat," "Wild" and the title track, "Hands High."
Their first album "Thunder", released in 2015, received more spread than initially anticipated, with over half a million streams on Spotify, and it's song "This Is How We Party" being played in church movements globally.
The group has received strong support from leaders and in the press. Check out what people are saying about Hands High:
"This is worship music that not only understands how to make the glory of God palatable to young hearts, but the music is so cool that young people would be proud to be singing along with." - Hallels.com
"Pleasantly pop and worshipful is how to describe Hands High by Equippers Revolution!" - MauToBeAPerson
"...a feel-good summer album...that keeps your heart and soul focused on Jesus. " - CMAddict
"Hands High is a bold, diverse, energetic statement of faith. " - LouderThanTheMusic.com
"Music is the key that unlocks the heart soul and mind . This project is launching Christian music to another level. This is a must for everyone playlist" - Ps Reggie Dabbs
"I absolutely love the songs on this album! I for sure will be putting these songs into action at my church asap. Having known some of the people at Equippers church for a while now, I can say that you will not find anybody more filled with love and passion for Jesus than these people! " - Pastor BJ Putnam
Maree & I so love and cherish our long-time friendship with Pastors Sam & Kathy Monk & Equippers Church. Hands High has a fresh sound of praise and a real touch of God on it. Thank you for blessing 'The Church' with new songs that draw us all in to greater depths of worship. There is a sound on this album of an emerging generation, whose heart's cry is more of God." - Ps. Paul and Maree de Jong
Check out the official music video for the title track "Hands High":