UK Worship Leader Lou Fellingham Shares The Gospel Through Song With This Changes Everything
Two years after the release of her critically acclaimed album Fascinate, worship leader Lou Fellingham returns with This Changes Everything, her sixth solo project apart from her work with the British worship band Phatfish. This Changes Everything captures Lou in her element: worshipping with a full band, among old friends, using new songs to communicate timeless truths.
Lou recorded This Changes Everything live at Old Market Theatre in her hometown of Brighton on the south coast of England. The album features guest vocals from Chris McClarney and was produced by Sam Cox and mixed by Sam Gibson (Kari Jobe/ Jesus Culture).
The 12-track project includes collaborations with writers Michael Farren, Noel Robinson, Chris Eaton, Tom Read, Jake Isaac, Mark Tedder, Emma Pears and Lou’s husband, Nathan Fellingham.
“The heart behind our songs and recording is that God will be glorified, the unbeliever being given an opportunity to hear the Gospel and the Church alive in the knowledge of who God is and who they are in God,” says Lou. “I’m believing that, as these songs are used as a tool to worship Father, Son and Spirit, we will see the Kingdom of God poured out on His people.”
“God is in the business of bringing freedom to every area of our lives,” she adds. “We’re asking that He bring salvation and healing, freedom and deliverance as people lift their hearts and their eyes towards Him. He is the one who saves… the one who heals… the one who binds up the broken hearted and gives strength. Everything is from Him and for Him. We are looking to God to come and breathe on these songs and awaken men and women to Him.”
Lou will share the new music, including songs "Everlasting Arms" "This Changes Everything" and "Christ In Me", while on tour and at the annual Big Church Day Out festival (May 27 and June 2).
In addition to leading worship, writing, recording and mentoring young worship leaders, Lou is an artist spokesperson for the relief agencies World Vision and Samaritan’s Purse. For more information, including updated tour details, visit http://www.loufellingham.com.