Internationally known for worship anthems like “Death Was Arrested,” “Abundantly More” and “Love Come Down,” North Point Worship is launching a Spotify “Follow Day” campaign today (Feb. 7). The worship band and members of its global network of more than 90 partner churches will be directing people through its extensive social media network to follow the band’s new Spotify page.
Recently changing its name from North Point InsideOut to North Point Worship, the group’s “Follow Day” campaign is meant to re-direct tens-of-thousands of “InsideOut” Spotify followers to this new page where they can stay up to date on the latest music from the band. Remarkably, the new page already has more than 798,000 monthly followers.
As a fun incentive to follow the new Spotify page, North Point Worship has teamed with Tunespeak to offer a chance to win a Martin X Series LX1 Little Martin Acoustic Guitar. People can enter to win by following North Point Worship on Spotify, signing up for its email list, and more through this link, https://www.tunespeak.com/campaign/5e274514f6f96443fb2e254b.
In addition to Spotify, people are encouraged to follow North Point Worship on its new Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Apple Music pages for all the latest news and music.
With all songs organically sown in the local church, and written, recorded and led by the North Point Worship team of songwriters and musicians, the band plans to release as many as 12 new songs internationally from North Point Music® and Centricity Music in 2020. The first two of these songs, “Nothing Else Matters (feat. Heath Balltzglier and Desi Raines)” and “Just Getting Started (feat: Lauren Anderson),” will release Feb. 21.
“Both songs are a perfect representation of our vision for North Point Worship,” reflects Lauren Anderson. “‘Nothing Else Matters’ is a soulful, congregational reminder that nothing can satisfy but Christ, and ‘Just Getting Started’ is a fun, pop-driven tune that inspires us to live in hope and anticipation for what God is doing. These are two core values our team holds to, and I think the songs are a perfect way for us to start 2020.”
About North Point Worship:
Originally formed out of North Point Community Church’s high school ministry, InsideOut, the worship band from North Point Ministries now serves over 42,000 people attending the multi-campus, metro Atlanta area North Point Community Church every week, along with a growing and diverse, multicultural group of worshippers reaching well-beyond its network of 90 local churches. As part of its mandate to resource the Church with music and lyrics meant for both congregational and personal worship, North Point Worship records its songs in both English and Spanish. The team also began touring for the first time in 2019, leading its worship favorites, headlining its own events and joining artists like Jordan Feliz and Hannah Kerr on tour nationally.
North Point Worship’s first recording, No One Higher, released in 2012 and hit the Top 20 on Billboard’s Christian Albums chart. The album was followed by 2015’s Hear that soared to No. 2 on the chart while further hitting the Billboard Top 200 for the first time. Signing with Centricity Music in 2017, the group released the EP Nothing Ordinary, which featured its song “Death Was Arrested” that is being heard across the globe and has been re-recorded by artists like Aaron Shust and Laura Story. Five more EPs have released to critical acclaim, including Nothing Ordinary, Pt. 1 (Live)and Pt. 2 (Live), the Christmas offering Ring The Bells (2018), North Point InsideOut (2018) and Abundantly More (2019).