Worcester musician spreading divine message with latest song - The Worcester Observer

Worcester musician spreading divine message with latest song

Worcester Editorial 12th Mar, 2024   0

A WORCESTER musician is looking to use the divine power of song to express how faith can pull people from their darkest moments with his new single ‘Risen King’.

Matt Breed, who works at St Peter’s Baptist Church, has recorded, mixed and released the song just in time for Easter.

Matt has been playing music his entire life, using it as a way of coping and expressing his emotions in some of the darkest periods of his life.

He told the Observer: “My faith is super important to me, not just because of the peace you can get out of it but the way it enables you to see the benefit in everything, even the negatives.

“When I was in those darker places music helped but now using my own material to point towards Jesus being the answer and the way out of that darkness is what motivates me.”

After learning how to record, mix and master music at college, Matt moved to Germany, working with various artists on mostly Christian material.

He moved back to Worcester in 2021 and has been using his talent to spread joy- and the word of God- ever since.

The 25-year-old has released seven singles and one instrumental album in his budding career to date.

He added: “This latest song is meant to show people that Jesus isn’t dead, he is risen and alive and pointing to the way out of the darkness- it’s such a vital and uplifting message, especially with Easter coming up.”

Risen King is now available to stream on Spotify.


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