United Pursuit To Tour UK Following 'Simple Gospel' Album Release

Aug 17 2015

United Pursuit will be touring the UK over the next month following the release of their new live album 'Simple Gospel'. The tour begins in Northern Ireland on 21st August, before visiting Manchester, Walsall, Evesham, Wiston, Bournemouth and London.

United Pursuit are a popular American worship collective bound by friendship and love for Jesus. Known for their organic and dynamic live worship gatherings and for their regular live streaming event, their new album 'Simple Gospel' shows them at their best.

Already internationally known for penning some great songs, this new release will further establish United Pursuit as a leading name in contemporary and community-based worship.

Their sound is diverse as their members, ranging from soaring worship anthems to powerful ballads, mixed in with folk influences and even a bit of gospel soul. What started as a dream, now has found its expression in a destiny-driven group of friends spanning this nation.

Band member Nathan Fray states their purpose clearly: "Our mission is to create a culture of worship and of hosting God’s presence, all centered around community living. It’s in this place of God’s life-giving presence that our songs are born and we pray will stir the heart of a generation to love Jesus and pursue Him with everything. This is our united pursuit."

United Pursuit 2015 Tour Dates:
21 Aug - Openskies Worship Festival, Antrim, N. Ireland
25 Aug - The Deaf Institute, Manchester
26 Aug - The Goldmine Centre, Walsall
27 Aug - RIVERcamp, Evesham
30 Aug - David’s Tent, Wiston
01 Sep - The Great Hall, Bournemouth
02 Sep - All Hallows Bow, London
Tickets: musicglue

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