‘Higher’ The Creative New Album From Phatfish

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The Brighton-based 6-piece have held their own at the very top of the UK Christian music scene for over a decade, touring and performing alongside multiple artists that include Matt Redman and Stuart Townend.

Fronted by multi award-winning vocalist Lou Fellingham, the band have performed their unique rock/pop/funk blend to thousands at major festivals up and down the UK including Newday and Soul Survivor and have toured the US, Canada and Europe.

About ‘HIGHER’

This latest collection from the Phat stable features songwriting from just about every member of the band. With Nathan Fellingham heading up this department (responsible for the global hit ‘Holy, Holy, Lift Up His Name’) and with the seriously experienced and talented Mike Sandeman, Lou and Luke Fellingham contributing plus fresh input from newish guitarists Jos Wintermeyer and Ben Hall – you know you’re in for lyrics worth listening to…

Stylistically we are in Rock/Pop territory but pushing the boundaries of contemporary UK worship. There are tracks that could spin off tomorrow’s DJs through to a reworked hymn from the 18th century, a beautiful reflective track about marriage and a provocative comment on Creation vs Evolution.

Higher is definitely NOT you’re standard worship album. Expect an uplifting, thought-provoking, impassioned collection of memorable songs where spiritual integrity and musical edge come across in equal measure.

About the ARTWORK

The title track ‘Higher’ has the line ‘made for something so much higher’ in the chorus. Phatfish commissioned international artist Tom Homewood to illustrate this and in response he developed the striking ink drawing of a cage where the bird has flown – symbolising the escape from the old self to a new higher creation in Christ.

Other bespoke drawings by Tom are featured in the album booklet and will be available on t-shirts and posters very soon!

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