Homemade Worship by Handmade People Review

A bad taste is sometimes left in the mouths of music enthusiasts at the mere mention of any band’s sophomore album. Not so with Rend Collective Experiment’s second full-length release, Homemade Worship by Handmade People, especially since their first album dropped just a little more than a year ago. And, in keeping with their devotion to produce a true live sound with a Holy Spirit-led feel, the band presents a recording that was fused together in church halls and in homes during their latest tour.

The album’s opening song, “Praise Like Fireworks”—striking a key difference from their first album’s introduction—is upbeat with a lot of energy that does justice to its title. Exploding with a variety of musical color and vocal dynamic, bandleader Gareth Gilkenson jumps into the verses and choruses with an unmistakable celebratory declaration of God’s goodness. This track is packed with cymbals and driving toms that help to encourage energetic worship.

The vivacity continues into the next two songs…

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