Century Worship has released a Christian Christmas (CCM) track called 'O Holy Night'.
The world's hope was born through the agony of childbirth. This was the inspiration for Century Worship's Christmas EP, 'Born to Save.' Dustin recalls sitting in the writing room with Daniel, Payton, and Denise, discussing a Christmas series that their church was planning for 2021. It hit them all like a lightning bolt... the stark reality that one of the first curses that entered the world was pain during childbirth, and that, in full circle form, the hope of the world would be born through the pain of Jesus' mother, Mary. The agony of childbirth was one of the first consequences of sin, and yet, years later, through that same agony, Century knew they had to write a song along those lines... to bring the true meaning of Christmas back to the forefront. Jesus was born to save us wretches.
Century Worship, a regional worship band, ushers in the holiday season with a beautiful marriage of old melody, fresh musical creativity, and stunning visuals for the classic Christmas hymn, O Holy Night, on the same EP.
O Holy Night is a traditional Christmas carol that has been sung and re-arranged by a variety of artists. The trick for Century Worship was to write the song in the modern worship style that their audience is accustomed to while remaining true to the song's melodic beauty. Strings, ambient guitars, and solid drum grooves update the classic while keeping it worshipful and true to its original form.
Century Worship recorded the song in the band's hometown of ABG Studios, with masterful producer Seth Henderson, and shot the music video with Real Video in historic downtown Crown Point, IN, where the band is based.
You can listen to the track on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/6JosrTuwlPG5k8fBTQYRuw
Here is a link to the video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zemf8RKqI2Y
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