Upon its launch in 2014, Housefires became known as the music group that changed the landscape of the worship genre forever. With immersive live recordings, intimate “house church” sessions and more, the group re-invented the genre to be a more inclusive and vulnerable space. On Housefires’ new record ‘How To Start A Housefire Part II’ (out today via Capitol CMG / TRIBL Records), the music collective invites listeners to join in and transports them “into a visceral and celestial experience” (Forbes). Listen to ‘How To Start A Housefire Part II,’ here: housefires.lnk.to/
On ‘How To Start A Housefire Part II,’ the collective brings together a community of people from all different backgrounds for one purpose: providing a safe space for those who need an outlet to be vulnerable. Listeners will hear a mix of R&B, soul, pop, gospel and contemporary worship music across the 14 captivating tracks that create a lively atmosphere filled with celebratory anthems, lush instrumentation and earth-shattering choruses. The new record follows Housefires’ ‘How To Start A Housefire,’ which was released on January 20th.
The group’s core members include GRAMMY-nominee Nate Moore, chart-topping songwriter Ryan Ellis (Chris Tomlin, Natalie Grant), Kirby Kaple (Chris Tomlin, Passion Music) and Blake Wiggins. On ‘How To Start A Housefire Part II,’ the group joins hands with an incredible and diverse roster of featured artists including 2x GRAMMY-nominee DOE (Forever Jones), Noah Schnacky (7.7M+ followers on TikTok), Mariah Adigun-Bernard (Maverick City Music’s “Rest On Me”), Davy Flowers, Cecily, Ahjah Walls and Harvest Grapevine.