Several artists are kicking off summer with new music. 

Five-time Grammy-award winner, Brandon Lake is celebrating his birthday with the release of Tear Off The Roof (Live From The Holy City).

The album features collaborations with Jon Foreman from Switchfoot, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, and Cody Carnes. The record includes the songs, 'Praise You Anywhere,' 'Graves Into Gardens,' and 'Gratitude' among others. 

Lauren Daigle is teaming up with fellow Christian music artist, Ellie Holcomb on a new version of 'Be Okay.' 

The track, originally written by Daigle and Holcomb excites fans after the duo posted on Instagram announcing the collaboration.  


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"Woo-hoo! This is so fantastic!" One comment read. Another said, "Been waiting for this! The two joy bombs unite!"

Watch the full lyric video below

Matthew West has come out with an acoustic version of 'Don't Stop Praying.'

The track comes from a mission statement that West has in his own faith journey. He says on social media, "We’ve all been to a place where discouragement can make us wonder if God really hears our prayers. I wrote this song for anybody who’s ever felt like giving up or losing their faith."

Benjamin William Hastings has released a new single, 'Set Me On Fire.'

The Hillsong United member took to Instagram to share the exciting news. 


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Fans quickly took to the comment section. "Already my new favourite song." Another said, "This song and music video are incredible."

You can watch the official music video below. 

Jordan Feliz is back with 'Praise God For That.' 

The California native shared the official lyric video to YouTube.

Austin French has released, 'Broken Home.' 

"I released the most vulnerable song I’ve ever written. This song started as a therapy song for me over three years ago," French says in an Instagram post. "I’ve wore this song out listening on my voice memos over and over. I think it’s finally time to share it with the world. So here we go."


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Fans commented, "These lyrics feel so close to home. What a beautiful song." Another chimed in with, "This song is beautiful to hear and thanks for sharing. Your story and this song has me in tears."

French posted the official lyric video on YouTube.