About once-a-month, on a Wednesday (hence the name: Worship Wednesdays), I will share one of my favorite albums I’ve been listening to. Most of these will be from NoiseTrade, the internet’s best source for free music and eBook downloads.
There’s something about this southern rock album that makes me want to roll down my windows, crank the stereo, and drive out to the mountains to drink in the glory of God.
The entire EP is great, but be sure not to miss the Prodigal Son themed lyrics on my favorite track, Bring Me Back Home:
I lift my eyes and Yours meet mine
And I surrender to Your love.
My shame gives way to amazing grace
You’ve come to bring me back home.
From NoiseTrade: Named for the Kentucky town between Cincinnati and Louisville, Carrollton merges a rock sound with southern sensibilities and God-focused intentions. “This Is Life”, a driving rock song, and “Red,” a heartfelt anthem, both speak about looking for God’s provision in times of uncertainty. “Bring Me Back Home” has you stomping your foot, while the band sings about the prodigal son being welcomed back home. Finally, “Rest” is a worshipful plea to God for guidance within restlessness.