Phil Wickham Declares God's Dominion Over Death in "BACK TO LIFE"

Posted on Friday, May 3, 2024 by Air1 Staff

Phil Wickham Releases "Back To Life • HOMETOWN VERSION"

Fans of Phil Wickham rejoice! The GRAMMY-nominated worship leader has released a reimagined version of his hit song "BACK TO LIFE" on his new album, "I BELIEVE • HOMETOWN VERSION."

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This heartwarming, acoustic-driven track might sound familiar to some listeners. Originally released in 2023 by Air1 artist Zahriya Zachary, and later released on Wickham's 2023 album "I BELIEVE," "BACK TO LIFE" was co-written by Wickham himself alongside Jenn Johnson, Brian Johnson, and Chris Davenport. Zachary's version of the song spent the better part of 2023 on the Air1 playlist, serving as a reminder of God's dominion over death.

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The "HOMETOWN VERSION" offers a fresh take on the song, recorded in Wickham's hometown of Encinitas, California, where the entire album was created. This special project promises a new sonic experience for fans while retaining the powerful message of hope and renewal embedded in "BACK TO LIFE."

On an Instagram post promoting the album Wickham stated: "We completely reimagined and re-recorded my album “I Believe” from top to bottom and I couldn’t be more excited with how it came out! The album is all inspired by my hometown of Encinitas, CA and aimed for those quieter moments where you still want the truth of these songs ringing in your life! I’m so excited to finally share it with you all!"

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Whether you're familiar with the original version or discovering it for the first time, Wickham's version of "BACK TO LIFE" is sure to be an uplifting addition to your playlist and a reminder of the power that God has over death! He truly has brought us all back to life!

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