Authenticity is the trademark of a lot of worship bands, but few take it more seriously than Gungor. This band, more than many, broke the mold of formulaic praise music, particularly with their Grammy nominated 2011 album, Ghosts Upon The Earth.
But in the last two years, while congregations all over the world have sung Gungor’s “Beautiful Things,” band leader Michael Gungor has been on a pilgrimage. The end result is a radical shift between albums, and one that might surprise fans who hear Gungor’s upcoming release.
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