“The Father’s House,” the rousing, gospel-fueled new single from GRAMMY-nominated Bethel Music singer/songwriter Cory Asbury, is available for download/streaming. Produced by Ed Cash (Chris Tomlin, NEEDTOBREATHE) and penned by Asbury, Ethan Hulse (Jeremy Camp, Zach Williams) and Hillsong UNITED’s Ben Hastings, the song is already making an impact at radio and resonating with listeners. New this week, Asbury has dropped a special acoustic performance video for his new single.
A welcoming invitation to “lay your burdens down here in the Father’s house,” the single is Asbury’s first new music following a year-long sabbatical in the wake of his 2018 genre-defying megahit, “Reckless Love.” “The Father’s House” is the lead single from Asbury’s Bethel Music sophomore set, due later this year. Although he penned several songs for the new project during his sabbatical, Asbury’s time at home provided a much-needed reset. “It’s been a year of realizing I don’t have to prove anything,” he says. “It’s been a year of complete reliance on God. I had to learn to be OK with not having a stage or being on a pedestal or people thinking I’m awesome; but being cool with being completely dependent on the Father for everything.”