I Worship You (Single)

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After singing "I Worship You" in his home church for a few years, Kevin Embleton finally put it to tape. With the help of generous donors, Kevin was able to travel down to Columbus to record with producer, Jeremy Steckel (Wolves At The Gate). The recording process took longer than originally expected, as Kevin ended up throwing away the first version and starting from scratch a few months after they started tracking. With renewed vision, Embleton returned to Columbus and tracked the official version in a day. "I Worship You" boasts a new wave, folk rock feel, reminiscent of The Tallest Man On Earth, Bon Iver, and Sufjan Stevens.


released June 9, 2015

Produced by Jeremy Steckel and Kevin Embleton in Columbus, OH
Engineered and Mixed by Jeremy Steckel
Mastered by JJ Golden at Golden Mastering
Artwork and Typography by Davis Evans

Kevin Embleton - Vocals, Guitars, Bass, programming
Jeremy Steckel - Guitars, Programming, percussion

Written by Kevin Embleton



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Track Name: I Worship You
Who you are,
Is great enough for all the rocks and streams to cry
The stars proclaim your name at night
Is brighter than the sun for all the world to see
The light that is your majesty

I worship you
I worship you
God, I worship you
For who you are

Who you are
Is strong enough to calm the raging seas inside a heart
That can’t withstand this tide
Is kind enough to walk beside a man as blind as me
When I deserve to die

You are greater, you are brighter
You are strong, and your heart is kind