Matt Redman Sings "Greatest Hallelujah" Atop Capitol Records Tower

Two-time GRAMMY winner Matt Redman delivers another stunning acoustic video from atop the Capitol Records Tower in Los Angeles. See below for the video performance of "Greatest Hallelujah," from Redman's new Glory Song album.

Critics have noted the timeliness of Glory Song, saying “If there was ever a time the world needed an album like this from Matt Redman, it was now” (Hallels) alongside "genuine journey of faith that will renew your 'glory song' to God." (JesusFreakHideout). Notable to the theme of unity interwoven throughout Glory Song, Redman collaborated with co-writers like GRAMMY-winning Chris Tomlin, Jonas Myrin, Bryan and Katie Torwalt & more, and joined vocals with the likes of fellow GRAMMY acclaimed artists Kierra Sheard, Cobbs Leonard along with a gospel choir. About the origin of the album title, Redman says, “When we worship God, it's essential to remember who it is we're singing to - and to make that song glorious. The worship of God should always be a glory song.” 

Redman will unite with Cobbs Leonard to perform "Gracefully Broken" at the 48th Annual Gospel Music Association (GMA) Dove Awards on Tuesday, Oct. 17 in Nashville, Tenn. In November, Redman will return his live show to the U.K. 

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