Friends, Check out the brand new video from Rend Collective Experiment, “Come On (My Soul)” from Organic Family Hymnal, by clicking the image below.

Hailing from Bangor, Northern Ireland, Rend Collective Experiment released its international debut Organic Family Hymnal to widespread critical acclaim.  Charting a unique course, the band is a group of friends collectively wondering how to make sense of the conundrum of life, God and community.  What Rend Collective Experiment’s members add to the conversation are melodies, harmonic progression and lyrics that are scriptural and contemporary, fresh and ancient.  Rhapsody named the band among the Top 5 Christian/Gospel artists to watch in 2011 as Gospel Music Channel named Organic Family Hymnal among the “Best Albums of 2010.”  Catch Rend Collective Experiment on Chris Tomlin’s 30-city major market tour that begins today. (Due to visa delays, Rend Collective Experiment joins the tour starting in Wichita Falls, TX Feb. 24.)

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