According to the group, “This traditional hymn, originally written in 1758 by Robert Robinson, reminds us that God is the One who takes initiative; He sought us when we were still strangers, rescued us, and takes us to arrive at home.”
The song [with a blend of traditional and contemporary Christian music and their native sonorities] comes with a video, and serves as Celtic Worship’s first single off their anticipated new album, “Morningtide”, set to release this fall.
The instrumental melody on this new song is arranged by Mhairi Marwick [fiddle] and Scott Wood [bagpipes and whistle], with the group’s vocalists Steph Macleod and Naomi Stirrat putting in unique vocal arrangements and performance.
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