Elevation Rhythm is excited to release their newest single, “Simple” (featuring Joe L Barnes), which dropped today on all global streaming services. “Simple” releases on the back end of YTHX, a week-long youth camp broadcast online and in person at Elevation Church in Charlotte, NC.
The catchy track features Joe L Barnes, who’s also credited as a writer on the song. “There’s nothing we could buy or change about ourselves that will make God love us anymore. The song says, ‘all the best things in life are free.’ That’s home, family, love, etc. and that’s what we’ve found and want young people to experience for themselves,” says Barnes.
From the song lyrics; “/I don’t need a bunch of money, clothes, and diamond rings/ To be happy ‘cause all the best things in life are free/ So give me the simple things.”
“When we sat down to write this song, we were looking for a way to communicate that nothing replaces the significance found in being accepted for who we are in Christ,” says Davide Mutendji of Elevation Rhythm. Today, the group is also releasing a video of “Simple.”
Press play below to stream the video YouTube premiere.
About Elevation Rhythm
Elevation Rhythm was formed to serve the ministry of Elevation YTH, the youth ministry of Elevation Church, a multisite congregation based in Charlotte, N.C. and founded by lead Pastor Steven Furtick. The group is a part of Elevation Worship Records and believes in writing and recording songs to engage the hearts of a new generation. Their song, “Never Walk Away,” claimed the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Christian Music Hot AC/CHR chart. ELEVATION RHYTHM can be found performing at Rhythm Nights, an event that attracts a large teen following, both locally and online.
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