11 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Bethel Collective member splits the difference between subdued Christian folk music and rock grandiosity with this album of steadily surging power ballads. The theme is faith, which DiMarco introduces beautifully with an a cappella "Doxology," followed by her subtly Auto-Tuned title track. The soul-stirring climaxes commence thereafter, with highlights including DiMarco's subtly feminist "I Am No Victim" and "Hope Is Alive," a modern hymn that recounts the resurrection for a new audience of believers.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Bethel Collective member splits the difference between subdued Christian folk music and rock grandiosity with this album of steadily surging power ballads. The theme is faith, which DiMarco introduces beautifully with an a cappella "Doxology," followed by her subtly Auto-Tuned title track. The soul-stirring climaxes commence thereafter, with highlights including DiMarco's subtly feminist "I Am No Victim" and "Hope Is Alive," a modern hymn that recounts the resurrection for a new audience of believers.

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