“More Than Alive: Live at College Street Music Hall,” the debut live album from New England based worship collective VoxMusic is available now. Serving as the outflowing of one of New England’s largest multi-site churches, the 10-track album reflects Vox Church’s mission to see New England transformed from the least-churched region in the U.S. to the most spiritually vibrant place on earth.
Featuring 6 original tracks alongside 4 worship covers, the album highlights include the title track “More Than Alive,” a soaring worship anthem, “Miracle,” which declares faith in the goodness of God, and “Shadow,” a song sharing the power of God’s love over fear. The album is punctuated by the inclusion of covers of the popular worship anthems “Raise a Hallelujah,” “Whole Heart,” “Good Grace,” and “Nothing but the Blood.”
“These original songs were birthed right out of our own community—in small groups, in spontaneous moments on Sundays, in songwriting circles with our VoxMusic team, in the still, quiet moments in his presence,” said Vox Church Creative Director Joey Silva. “Our hearts’ desire is that these songs would remind others of the incredible character of God—our Father, our refuge, our hope, our miracle worker, our salvation.”
The release of “More Than Alive: Live at College Street Music Hall,” follows the successful release of singles “Father” and “Shadow” in the spring of 2020 which together have amassed over 100,000 streams on Spotify.
VoxMusic is a collective of musicians who are committed to Jesus and the mission of the Church. They are passionate about creating music, growing together, and leading others into encounters with Jesus.