‘I Am Clay’, a Band Breaking the Mold

If you love indie and worship music, and if you’re a fan of The Ember Days and Ascend the Hill, this band is perfect for you! A few years ago I found out about this awesome ministry called Come&Live. They have a great mission to “PROVOKE, INSPIRE, EQUIP AND RELEASE THIS GENERATION FURTHER INTO GOD’S STORY.” They partner with musicians and bands to further the Gospel message, musicianaries is what they call them.

Come&Live features tons of different artists and you can download music from those bands for free or if you want to help the band out financially you can donate as well.

I always check on their site for new music that I know will be not only great musically, but spiritually as well. I found this band called I Am Clay on their site. They are an Indie Worship group whose sound is definitely their own. I love their mix of acoustic natural sound with electric. Not many bands are able to mix the indie sound with worship very effectively, but these guys have done it, and I really enjoyed listening to their self titled album, ‘I Am Clay’. My favorite songs from their album are ‘Where Can I Go’ and ‘Strength and Shelter’. You can download there album by clicking on the photo or following this link http://comeandlive.com/project/i-am-clay and check out their music for yourself.

If you want to know more about their heart for the music they make check out this video. This video was created for their Kickstarter project that was successfully funded, which is why you are able to download their music for free, but if you want, you can still support them through the Come&Live site, when you download their music.

Hope you enjoy 🙂

 

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