First Single “Everyday Your Love Is New,” Music Video Available Now

Boise, Idaho-based worship band Esterlyn released their brand new album, titled Woven, this week with VSR Music Group/EMI CMG Distribution. Woven is the follow up to their 2010 album Call Out, which featured the hit single “Freedom Is Here” that was top 10 on Air1 for 23 weeks and one of the most played songs for 2011.
Esterlyn’s goal for this new project, which is packed full of upbeat and powerful worship tunes, is to remind listeners that God has an amazing purpose for each of our lives. “Much of Woven was directly inspired by the book of Psalms,” shares frontman and guitarist Luke Caldwell. “We are God’s tapestry and He is the artist. These songs are about God’s character. We want to share with these new songs that in the midst of hardship and pain, we can trust that He has our best interest in mind.”
The message of the album’s first radio single, “Everyday Your Love Is New,” follows that theme, sharing about experiencing God’s love in a new way every day. Instead of dwelling on disappointments, this song is meant to help listeners remember that His love is not determined by our performance. A brand new music video was created for “Everyday Your Love Is New,” which can be viewed here.
“What a joy to be able to write songs that have the ability to bring us into the presence of the Creator of the universe,” expresses Caldwell. “I am so thankful for an opportunity to worship and praise the King of Kings. Honestly, our goal going into this record was to simply let this be an offering to the One who has given us life.”
The members of Esterlyn currently lead worship for a congregation of 7,000 people at Calvary Chapel Boise in Boise, ID, and are already integrating many of the songs from Woven into their worship services. The band is also touring the new project. The most updated tour schedule is listed below.
Woven song listing:
  1. Woven
  2. Holy
  3. Everyday Your Love Is New
  4. Praise The Lord
  5. We Exalt You
  6. 6.8.28
  7. Reflexion
  8. White
  9. Psalm 23
  10. How Great Is Your Love
  11. God Of Compassion
  12. You Are The Way
To connect with Esterlyn, visit:

Upcoming tour dates:
14- Boise, ID, Calvary Chapel Boise
26- Boise, ID, Pursuit Church 61
27- Raymond, WA, The Raymond Theatre
29- Montesano, WA, Calvary Chapel Montesano
30- Warrenton, OR, The Annex
01- Salem, Oregon, Solid Rock Community Church
02- Corvallis, OR, Calvary Chapel Corvalis
05- Klamath Falls, OR, Bible Baptist Church
06- Eureka, CA, Faith Center Foursquare Church
07- Eureka, CA, Faith Center Foursquare Church
08- Carson City, NV, Calvary Chapel of Carson City 16
09- Spring Creek, NV, Calvary Chapel Spring Creek
10- Vernal UT, Middle School Auditorium
13- Boise, ID, Calvary Chapel Boise
14- Boise, ID, Calvary Chapel Boise
18- Tremonton UT, Harris Intermediate School
20- Granbury, TX, A Light In The Darkness
21- Las Vegas, NV, Living Grace Church
24- Lake Havasu City, AZ, Calvary Chapel Lake Havasu
26- Tucson, AZ, Calvary Chapel Tucson
29- Artesia, NM, The Jahva House
30- Carlsbad, NM, Word of Life Church
04- Highlands Ranch, CO, Mile High Calvary
17- Boise, ID, Calvary Chapel Boise

18- Boise, ID, Calvary Chapel Boise


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