Brand new music from incredible artists to uplift and inspire your day. Music can have a powerful influence in our lives and can help us feel the Spirit. These new releases aren’t just for your Sunday worship, but for your every day lives. Pick up a copy for you or as a gift for someone else at DesereBook.com!
Let us all Press on, by the tabernacle choir at temple square
The first hymn album from the Choir in seven years, Let Us All Press On features beloved classics such as “All Creatures of Our God and King” and “More Holiness Give Me.” The rousing title track, “Let Us All Press On,” is a fresh arrangement by Richard Elliott first performed after Russell M. Nelson’s historic address by the same name in the spring of 2018.
Lamb and lion, by the city of enoch
Lamb & Lion is City of Enoch’s follow-up to their successful debut album Sweet Redeemer. This album marks an exciting new chapter for the band. They use their signature three-part harmonies and catchy melodies to present a brilliant concept album: six peaceful and contemplative songs (the “lamb” half of the album), and six rousing, exciting, and motivating songs (the “lion” half of the album). These two sides of the album mirror two sides of the gospel: it provides deeply personal inner peace and spiritual strength, as well as excitement and motivation to rise to the occasion and help others come to Zion.
My Prayer, by Nathan Pacheco
Award-winning tenor Nathan Pacheco’s new album My Prayer is his most powerful offering to date. As the follow-up to his Billboard-charting album Higher, this album continues his exploration of spiritual songs that lift, inspire, and bring peace. My Prayer is an invitation to pause a moment in this frantic world and find deeper spiritual connection and comfort.
Jane and Emma Soundtrack, by The Bonner Family
Inspired by the film Jane and Emma, these songs were composed to complement the soundtrack of the film and highlight key themes covered in the film: family unity, reaffirming our true identity as children of God in times of trial, and seeing the grace of God in our lives.