As Family We Go [Double Vinyl] Rend Collective

As Family We Go [Double Vinyl] Rend Collective

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1. Celebrate 

2. Free as a Bird

3. You Will Never Run

4. Every Giant Will Fall

5. One and Only 

6. Joy of the Lord

7. Never Walk Alone

8. Your Royal Blood

9. Just a Glimpse 

10. Coming Home

11. The Artist

12. Ireland's Call

13.  You Will never Run (Neon Feather Remix) 

14. One and Only (Urban Rescue Remix) 

15. Never Weigh Me Down

16. Every Giant Will Fall (Ukelele Version) 



The Northern Irish Band, Rend Collective, previously known as Rend Collective Experiment was formed in 2010 in Bangor, Ireland. By members, Gareth Gilkeson, Chris Llewellyn, Ali Gilkeson, Will Herron, Bridget Herron, Patrick Thompson, and Stephen Mitchell. It started with a ministry called Rend, formed to help spiritually hungry young adults looking for new, and real version of the church. It was through this group lead singer Gareth Gilkeson formed the band. Rend Collective’s first album came out in 2010 Organic Family Hymnal. They had no idea that making this album would open up the door to share their music all over the world. In 2012 their album “Homemade Worship by Handmade People” came out. That year they started playing for thousands of people at sold out shows, and shared the stage will many of the biggest names in Christian music, Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, and Tenth Avenue North to name a few.  In 2013 their third album “Campfire” including Rend Collective’s biggest hit “Build Your Kingdom Here” was released. The music video reaching views in the millions and was up for a Dove Award Nomination. The album Campfire also made it to number one on the iTunes charts for US and UK. “The Art of Celebration” was the fourth album they released in 2014, including radio hit “My Lighthouse” That same year they came out with a Christmas album “Campfire Christmas” They are planning on making a second Christmas album soon. In 2015 “As Family We Go” came out. With 16 songs, made it on ITunes top ten in seven countries.  Something that they try to show to all their fans is that they are all friends and are all after the same mission. Sharing the news about Christ. Member Chris Llewellyn is quoted in an interview, “We aren’t really as much of a band as we are a family” One of the band’s blogs was explaining their new album a bit more. “The answer is simply that it’s what God calls us. He calls us his sons and daughters, and calls himself our Father. We’re his people, the heirs of his inheritance. The family of God is an unlikely and wildly diverse group of people bound by Blood, and committed to pushing through the frustrations and joys of what it is to be messy, sinful humans.”