12 Songs, 1 Hour 12 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Let There Be Light is old-school Hillsong Worship. Instead of the atmospheric textures of 2015’s OPEN HEAVEN / River Wild, here the Australians offer vocally centered worship rooted in the congregation. Another key development is the return of Brooke Ligertwood—her lithe alto takes the lead on the slowly rising “What a Beautiful Name”—and Marty Sampson, whose meditative “Elohim” counterbalances the many high-energy songs. Speaking of the latter, his “Look to the Son” finds the group boldly using thumping club beats.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Let There Be Light is old-school Hillsong Worship. Instead of the atmospheric textures of 2015’s OPEN HEAVEN / River Wild, here the Australians offer vocally centered worship rooted in the congregation. Another key development is the return of Brooke Ligertwood—her lithe alto takes the lead on the slowly rising “What a Beautiful Name”—and Marty Sampson, whose meditative “Elohim” counterbalances the many high-energy songs. Speaking of the latter, his “Look to the Son” finds the group boldly using thumping club beats.

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