Singer/songwriter Mallary Hope's debut full-length project, Out Of My Hands, released today to critical acclaim. Hope's first-ever full-length project, the album sees the songstress in her rawest form with themes of identity and self-worth woven throughout each song.
Called "impressive...boasting many immediate hits and inviting anthems" by The Christian Beat, Hallels lauds "Mallary Hope's Out of My Hands as the type of album you want to turn out loud as you coast along for a day trip on a cool summer's day. The songs are as bright as the glaring sun."
Referred to as a "masterful...project from start to finish that brings artist and message together in an astonishing way," by Worship Leader Magazine, "Out Of My Hands features an inspiring collection of songs about letting go of the control that we try to have over our lives and instead relying on God to follow through with what His Word promises He will do," praises Today's Christian Entertainment.
The album is home to Hope's hit track, “Me,” which Hope performed LIVE on Fox & Friends this past Easter Sunday. Inspired by the singer's own desire to abandon the notion of perfection, the empowering anthem has garnered over one million combined views and streams since its release and continues to resonate with listeners.