Mosaic Artistry Group singer/songwriter Jeremy Vanderloop releases his third studio record, All Creation Sings, on Oct. 2. The project’s first single, “Enduring Love,” went for adds at Christian AC/INSP radio this week, while Vanderloop kicks off back-to-back tours in support of his latest offering.
Written entirely by Vanderloop, he describes All Creation Sings as an effort to “love the unlovable, reach the unreachable, and touch the untouchable.” Each of the project’s 12 tracks communicates the Gospel message in an artistic yet accessible manner. He explains, “I wanted to write a deeply poetic album that reflected God’s heart. All Creation Sings does just that in a relatable, unique way. Listeners will hear a different aspect of the Gospel in every song.”
For example, album opener “Illuminate the Sky” uses lyrical imagery: the chains of shame they are now lies/Falling down, beneath the earth to portray a believer’s sins being buried with Christ. Similarly, the song “Beautiful” likens a flower which “blossoms in the sun” to a Christian who derives his sustenance and strength from Jesus. Equally powerful is “Deep Calls Out,”
painting the picture of a romantic couple who longs to be one flesh just as we desire to be one with our Creator.
Sonically, All Creation Sings is a melodic rock album with orchestral influences. Vanderloop enlisted the talent of a who’s who of musicians including Jared Evans (Ricky Skaggs) on drums, bassist Jaryd Davis (Aaron Gillespie), and Chris Gladden (Tye Tribbett), who played electric guitar, keys, organ and violin.
All Creation Sings will be promoted via a radio tour, alongside fellow artists Everyday Sunday and Mark Harris, to markets in Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kentucky later this month. Vanderloop will follow that up with a national “All Creation Sings” tour, on which he will debut music from the record, throughout October and November. Additional details are forthcoming.
For more information on Jeremy Vanderloop and All Creation Sings, visit: jeremyvanderloop.com.
About Jeremy Vanderloop
Jeremy Vanderloop began playing music and writing songs at the age of 16. In 2008, he made the decision to pursue music ministry full-time, launching his first solo album, Rescue, and tour two years later. From 2010-2011 he played more than 230 dates, releasing his sophomore studio project, a six-song EP titled Love Is In The Air, in the spring of 2011.
Known musically for his thoughtful lyrics and catchy, melodic hooks, personally Vanderloop has a heart for the lost and hurting world. He is actively involved with non-profit organization Mission of Mercy, an international program that helps to provide children in need with clothing, education, and, most importantly, the love of Jesus.