Music Review- Newsboys: Greatness Of Our God

From hard rock to pop rock to hard rock to contemporary rock to Christian worship, the newsboys have gone through several evolutions as a band. With their new single “Greatness of our God” from their upcoming album United, we see the return of former members Peter Furler (drummer, former lead singer) and Phil Joel (former bassist).

This new single is an excellent testament as to why the newsboys have been around as band. Sure, they have had their highs and lows same as any band, but their ability to mix engaging lyrics and excellent music has always been their strong suit. With both Michael Tait and Peter Furler, “Greatness of our God” is a perfect addition to your worship iPod playlist. It expresses the majesty of our Heavenly Father in a powerful and unique way.

Check it out below:

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4 thoughts on “Music Review- Newsboys: Greatness Of Our God

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  2. While the song is adequate, I feel it doesn’t properly showcase the massive talent Newsboys United has at their disposal. The history and breadth of hit songs should really be reflected in a ‘united’ song. Most acknowledge that Take Me to Your Leader and Step Up to the Microphone are the peak albums of the mid era Newsboys, where Born Again, Restart, and to a lesser extent Love Riot, were a strong new direction in the Tait era. This song feels like it fits in the praise and worship fazes of the band where they may have had great play on CCM radio, but really failed to make waves outside that genre.

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