"Testify," the 15-song project from Rock City Worship, is out now

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16 February 2024 - Nashville, TN / Columbus, OH - Testify, the full-length album from Rock City Worshipofficially releases today on all digital platforms. Testify is the follow-up to their EP of the same name that dropped in October 2023 and features nine additional songs. Listen HERE.

The title track brings the overarching theme of the live project, in which the group collectively explains, "God has done great things for us. Now, we are to testify of the goodness of the Lord to all who will hear." In addition, the focus track "Living Proof" shares the simple yet poignant message of returning to the basics of our relationship with God and why we first fell in love with Jesus. "It’s simply that He loves us," they add. "We want listeners to walk away never forgetting how great God's love and the fact that we’re alive is proof of that love for us."  

Testify tracklisting: 

How Could I Not
Victory Is Near
Restore Me
Praise The Lord
Living Proof
Kingdom Crowns
Glory Fills This Room
His Name
Only You
Peace In Place
There Is Power
Made A Way
Praise The Lord (Extended)

Rock City Worship is comprised of a unified team of pastors, worship leaders, musicians, and songwriters who serve weekly at Rock City Church in Columbus, Ohio. It's their continued desire to create songs that capture the sound and expression of their church and equip the worship ministries of other local churches, empowering worship teams across the globe to lead people into the presence of God through the music they create.  

Their release of Testify built upon the group’s previously released projects, including Best Thing and  Summer ‘23, and continues to showcase Rock City Worship’s talents, distinctly capturing the diverse sound of their church with lyrics that are all about the goodness of the Lord. As a musical collective, it is Rock City Worship's constant goal and desire to create songs that paint a vivid picture of who God reveals Himself to be through His Word, believing that the more clearly we can see God, the more completely we can worship Him.