Get ready for Justin Jarvis and his Atmospheres Live release

Jesus Culture Music, known as one of the most influential youth and young adult movements around the world, releases the full-length debut album from Justin Jarvis, Atmospheres (Live), internationally at digital and physical retailers everywhere Sept. 30 through Fuel Music. Featuring over 60-minutes of music, the album was recorded live on tour with Jesus Culture band in March 2014 and captures 10 original anthems.

With both indie and arena rock sensibilities, this dynamic album, recorded by acclaimed producer Jeremy Edwardson (Kim Walker Smith, Kari Jobe, Michael W. Smith), features songs all written and sung by Justin Jarvis. Jesus Culture band members Chris Quilala (guitars), Jeffrey Kunde (Guitars), Ian McIntosh (keys), Josh Fisher (drums) and Brandon Aaronson (bass) join Jarvis to create a powerful soundscape throughout the album. Unapologetically focused on Jesus, Justin’s unique voice leads the engaged audiences in worship while, at times, drawing comparisons vocally to Chris Martin (Coldplay) with an urgent cry similar to Win Butler (Arcade Fire).

With both subtle and massive arrangements hinting at inspiration from rock greats like Coldplay and The Killers, Atmospheres (Live) speaks to the shifting of atmospheres that takes place in us and through us every day because of the love of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit. “Our mandate is to shift the atmosphere with the love of Jesus in our cities and the nations,” explains Banning Liebscher, Director of Jesus Culture.  “As we lift up our voice in worship the reality of Heaven is released in our midst.”

From the soaring title track, “Atmospheres,” and the epic instrumentation of the modern hymn, “Heaven’s Light,” to the intimate reflection of “Born of God,” every song at its core is written in and for the local church, inspiring a journey into the fullness of God’s heart.  “This live album embodies the heart and hunger for God’s presence through deep lyrics and passionate expression,” says Kim Walker-Smith, President of Jesus Culture Music, as other well-known worship leaders laud the music:

“I don’t have many favorites out there, but Justin is definitely is one of them!” says Leeland Mooring.  “His music is creatively impactful and anointed! And Atmospheres has taken it to a new level! I believe this music will change the atmospheres of cities and cultures everywhere!”

“Justin is a powerful and unique voice in the world of worship music,” says John Mark McMillan. “His songs are warm, lush with hymn-like importance.”

“I will never forget the first time I heard Justin Jarvis,” adds Jonathan David Helser. “My heart was impacted in such a deep way. His songs ring out with such creativity and raw passionate beauty.”

Marked with a passion for Jesus, Justin Jarvis is a worshiper and songwriter that carries a unique sound born in and for the local church. Be it soaring anthems or intimate reflections, his distinct voice delivers an authenticity that opens the heart, while his music inspires with an edge that is refreshing in modern day worship. His songs are characterized by theological depth that draws inspiration from the love and power of God, carrying the signature of revival.

For over ten years, Justin Jarvis has overseen the music and creative culture of The Harbour Church in Fort Lauderdale, FL. In 2004, he married his college sweetheart, Janette, and they have three children: Owen, Elliot and Emma. From his family to his music, Justin Jarvis desires to see this generation impacted in a life-changing way by God’s presence.

For more information, go to www.justinjarvis.com and www.jesusculture.com.

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Mark Weber

Mark Weber publishes the MarkWeberMusicBlog.

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