Style: Modern worship; compare to Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Delirious
Top tracks: "Glorious Victorious," "Exalt Him," "Under My Feet"
Belfast's Bluetree landed on the worldwide map when Chris Tomlin covered the group's "God of This City," but the entire touring whirlwind that followed caused a season of unsettling writer's block. This new offering lacks the cutting edge creativity of its 2009 debut, but the band is ready to unfurl a new round of church anthems spun in the Euro-pop/rock tradition. It's mostly a praise project, and there's a nice song called "Jesus Healer," about singer/songwriter Aaron Boyd's daughter's journey with cystic fibrosis.1
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