Glorious Unseen - Tonight The Stars Speak
The full length Debut released on Tooth and Nail by Nashville's own, The Glorious Unseen. If you hadn't heard already, The Glorious Unseen was created as an idea from Sunday Bible Group. Who would expect such a great album from just random strangers in a church group. The Glorious Unseen released Tonight The Stars Speak in the last quarter or 2007. Tonight The Stars speak is a absolutely wonderful worship album. I'm not one to listen to worship albums, but The Glorious Unseen makes me want to change that.
Even though the focus of the album is worship and praise each song can be interpreted in your own way. The album is good to listen to if you're going through struggle in your life and you need something to help boost your spirit. This album will give you direction to help guide your way through your troubles. Hear Our Prayers is a perfect opener for the album. It's full of multiple ambient sounds and the guitar makes the track flow perfectly. Tonight The Stars Speak is by far the best song on the entire album. The pure sound of the song alone will makes you feel warm inside. It's like the song goes deep down into your soul and makes you just happy and yet, it makes you feel like you're missing something. The song really hits hard, and leaves a lasting impression.
The album only continues to get better after Tonight The Stars Speak. Wrapped Up In You is a great track off of the album. Even though it's a simple song, The Glorious Unseen adds something extra to the entire feel of the track. The closing track Close To Your Heart is amazing. The entire song builds up until it reaches an explosion of warmth that makes you sing along and throw your hands into the sky. The lyrics are really something special.
"You look down from heaven, and melt me with your gaze. Then you come down from heaven, and wrap me in your wings. And it makes me feel loved again."
The Glorious Unseen have really hit something special with their debut release Tonight The Stars Speak. Even if you aren't into religion, you can still find something in this album that could help you through your struggles. There is a message in every one of their songs, you just have to be willing enough to find it.
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