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Release Date
December 27, 2011
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Style: Vertically-focused adult contemporary; compare to Gersh, Rachel Rachel, Watermark

Top tracks: "How Beautiful," "This Hope," "Soulbreather," "Flow Down"

Combine one of Whiteheart's co-founding singer/songwriters with Rachel Rachel's keyboardist/songwriter/vocalist and the results are the delightful Soulbreather. Mark "Gersh" Gersmehl and wife Brynn combine their soothing vocals, calming acoustics, gorgeous piano arrangements, and vertical songwriting for a prayerful atmosphere. Their pop sensibilities remain, but with a more mature mindset. Longtime fans and first-time listeners are in for an intimate and inspirational journey into the couple's life together.

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