Planetshakers Releases New Album ‘Revival: Live at Chapel’

0 comments Posted on November 15, 2021

by Ginny McCabe

Planetshakers, an internationally-recognized praise band, has a new release out Revival: Live at Chapel, which is available now online or at your local Christian bookstore. The project was recorded live, and Planetshakers was joined by Planetshakers Bible College students, who surrounded them in-the-round.

The 11-track album was recorded live during the Revival Conference held April 1-3 at Planetshakers Church in Melbourne, Australia, during a break in the pandemic lockdowns. A few of the songs on the project include “I Know You Can,” “Back to Life,” “I Stand in Awe” and “All My Life.”

“These are songs for the church recorded with very little production, but with hearts that are hungry for the presence of God along with a few organic instruments,” said Joth Hunt, who is featured on the recording along with Sam Evans, Andy Harrison, Josh Ham, Aimee Evans, Natalie Ruiz and Rudy Nikkerud.

Capturing the heartfelt roar of praise and worship that erupted during the conference, this project is perhaps the most raw live recording ever released from Planetshakers.

Although Melbourne is again locked down with one of the harshest restrictions in the world, Planetshakers continues its mission to “empower generations to win generations.” The ministry is seeing huge streaming numbers online with hundreds of thousands of people from all across the globe connecting to its worship services and resources remotely.

“If you can declare the goodness of God in the valley when things are looking bad, you can declare the goodness of God anywhere. That’s faith. That’s a relationship with Christ,” said Joshua Brown of Planetshakers.

The album not only introduces some new worship leaders, but also features the core Planetshakers worship team.

There is also a special Planetshakers Revival 7 Days Devotional available now on YouVersion at For more about Planetshakers, go to, or check them out on social media YouTube, InstagramSpotifyTwitter and Facebook.

Named “Best Freelance Writer” in 2018 and a Kiplinger Fellow in 2019, Ginny McCabe’s work can be seen in publications like Journal-News, Reuters and O, The Oprah MagazineSecrets Young Women Keep (Thomas Nelson/Harper Collins) is an ECPA Silver Medallion winner and has been featured on the CBA Young Adult Bestseller Lists. Connect with Ginny at and on Twitter @ginnymccabe.


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