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Album Review ~ Revival Rising By Open Heaven




Classic/Urban Pop


4 Stars


Open Heaven’s Revival Rising vibes with the classic 70’s pop, and a bit of urban inserted here and there. The music is full of enthused singing and shouts of joy. The trumpeting gives off an aura of heavenly worship, as though painting a picture of things to come on the other side of glory.

Open Heaven through Revival Rising, aims to lead God’s children to worship joyfully in an old fashioned sort of way that not only feels familiar in the classic music manner, but opens a new door for worship by celebrating God in such a style.

In Revival Rising  Open Heaven courageously claims the 70’s classic pop and offers it to God, as all genres should be—because ALL music was created by and belong to God. We should worship Him in all forms of it.

Revival Rising is a bold album with refreshing melody and joyful lyrics, done with heart.

*Though I offer this review to the public, it is my opinion and simply that. A ‘thank you’ to DREAM Label Group/DREAM Worship for a free copy in exchange for my honest opinion. 

About Open Heaven & Revival Rising

Open Heaven’s latest project, Revival Rising, is an uplifting experience, brimming with hopeful expectancy. Featuring energetic pop-infused songs like One Promise and Walls Fall, as well as their driving anthems like Revival Rising and Breathe, Open Heaven’s new studio worship album is their most upbeat, daring project.