Benjamin Bitter | Peace in the Storm

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Peace in the Storm

by Benjamin Bitter

Bombastic folk meets mellow Jesus rock.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Free
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2. Increase My Faith
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3. My Something Better
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4. Radical Love
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5. Bring Back the Day
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6. The Other Side of Home
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7. To Be a Man
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8. Not Apart from You
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9. You've Already Won
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10. Come Home
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11. Don't Walk Away
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Peace In The Storm” is an album born out of the frustrations of everyday life. When the trials of life test us, we can either give in, or we can turn to the comfort of the God that created us. It is in this comfort that we find our hope, and this hope is what inspired Benjamin to write these songs. The opening cut “Free”, a five minute rocker, instantly sets this album apart from his debut “Grace In Your Face”. The track opens with an a capella verse of “Nearer, My God To Thee” before the crunch guitar gets the album off to a rollicking start. Then of course, there are the ballads. “Increase My Faith”, a prayer inspired by Luke 17:5-6, ”Come Home” a plea to a wandering soul, and “You’ve Already Won” a deep inspirational lyric wrapped in a stunning piano/violin ensemble. These eleven songs portray common emotions from an uncommon point of view. Benjamin obviously feels beat up in these songs, but his faith is the bridge to his happiness, and judging from this album, he’s never too far from it.


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