All Belong Here
"All Belong Here perfectly reflects just how radically inclusive God's love is.”
-Rachael McClair, co-pastor, Highlands Church Denver
How can we lament, how can we hope, how can we cry out to God, how can we find the courage to work for justice and peace, in the kind of world we’re living in right now?
The Many believe we need to sing together and we need music that’s honest, full of questions, full of faith and doubt, full of longing. That’s the kind of music they crafted in this album. Not easy answers. Not easy praise. Not songs about a God who only loves some of us. Not head in the clouds “worship music” - but feet on the ground, heart in hands, scars revealed, wild and holy music of resistance and reconciliation and restoration. Music made for people to sing with each other, in churches, in living rooms, in basements and bars…anywhere, everywhere… in spirit and in truth.
With lyrics born from Scriptures, from headlines, and from their own experience, musically these songs draw from the diversity of the four lead singers– the soulful sincerity of Darren Calhoun, the raw bluesiness of Kerry Anne Pritchard, the gospel-soaked roots of Leslie Michele, and the pure, emotional indie pop of Hannah Rand.
Together, this uncommon collective of songwriters, poets, activists, uneasy prophets and unsaintly saints, remind us over and over again through these ten songs, that we aren’t alone, that God so loves every one of us, and we all belong here.