Brenton is one of the most gifted songwriters to come from the Vineyard Stable. With popular worship songs like Lord Reign in Me, Your love is amazing as well as All who are thirsty already being sung by the broader church.
Everlasting God is Brenton's first album to be recorded with Survivor and was mainly produced by Nathan Nockels, who also produced Facedown by Matt Redman and When Silence Falls by Tim Hughes. The other producer involved was Hanif Williams who has been remixing tracks for Sting. The album was mixed by Shane Wilson, who has just completed mixing the new David Crowder project.
There are many great new songs on this album, which also includes a guest appearance of Grammy Award winners Ladysmith Black Mombaza on the track We will worship Him. Brenton was born in South Africa and so to have Ladysmith sing on his album was like a dream come true.
Praise is rising was a co-write with Paul Baloche (Open the eyes of my heart) and Everlasting God was a co-write with Ken Riley (yfriday).
Everlasting God - Brenton Brown