Interview2Spontaneous Moments to Crafted Songs

Worship Central's new album Stir A Passion is a rousing call for the church to praise God. Two of the songs on the album, Waves and Stir A Passion, were originally concieved as part of the Kingdom Come nights that the band run at their home church, St. Luke's, Gas Street. We wanted to find out a bit more about the process of taking songs from these spontaneous moments, and crafting them into full songs, so we caught up with Worship Central's Josh Gauton, Anna Hellebronth and Luke Hellebronth to find out.

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