RootsDeepDown | Creation Cries Out (Live)

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Creation Cries Out (Live)

by RootsDeepDown

RootsDeepDown seeks to deliver a passionate, organic take on modern worship music that praises our incredible savior, Jesus Christ.
Genre: Spiritual: Praise & Worship
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Based out of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, RootsDeepDown is a Christian indie folk worship collective made up of multiple singers, songwriters, and instrumentalists. Not unlike Tennessee's United Pursuit or California's Bethel Music ensemble, RootsDeepDown seeks to deliver a passionate, organic take on modern worship music. The collective first assembled back in 2014 when a few of the founding members started leading worship together and asking Jesus to give them new songs that spoke to their local culture and sounded like Cape Breton.

In 2013 Joe Cook started recording a solo EP, The One We've Been Waiting For, which was nominated for an East Coast Music Award for Gospel Recording of the Year. While practicing for the Album's launch party, Joe and the assembled backing band decided everything sounded much better with a few good friends playing along, so RootsDeepDown was born.

RootsDeepDown's first full-length album Awoke & Raised was released in December 2015 and in the following year won an East Coast Music Award for Gospel Recording of the Year. All of the music and lyrics on that album were written by Joe Cook and it was produced by Life Support's Rob Reid.

Propelled by the spirit of worship in their local Cape Breton church, RootsDeepDown recorded another full-length album live album in 2017, this time recorded live off the floor of a secluded chapel deep in the woods of the Cape Breton. The album, titled Live At Selah, featured seven original worship written by Ethan & Chelsea Fenton and one cover of the classic hymn "It Is Well With My Soul".

Moving forward, the collective's heart is to produce worship music for their local church praising their incredible savior, Jesus Christ. However, they are so pleased that the music continues to spill out into other communities joining in with the praise!



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