Embassy Releasing Christmas EP 'Emmanuel'

Dec 06 2018

New Zealand native siblings Esther and Caleb Smith, now living in Nashville and performing under the name Embassy, are releasing a Christmas EP on November 30th titled 'Emmanuel'.


After spending half a decade touring as core members of the Esther Melody Band, Esther and Caleb responded to God calling them to the nations, won Greencards in a lottery, relocated to Nashville, TN with their parents, started Megamorphic Church in the basement of their house, and took hold of God leading them to focus on Praise & Worship music.

Embassy is the result. Combining their love for EDM, rock, hip-hop, grunge and pop, the brother/sister duo set to work creating a catalogue of tunes that would both be a catalyst for generating unity with purpose in the body of Christ, and bring a fresh perspective on the sonic possibilities of Christian music.

With Caleb at the production helm and Esther's bent for songcraft, a wild ride of collaboration was inevitable. Morning prayer times, "Spirit of Prophecy" sessions, musical prayer jams, fasting, bible consumption, soul winning and being church all came into play, they even brought their dad/manager into the process.

Embassy released their latest single 'Rapt In You' in September and now deliver their 5 track Christmas EP 'Emmanuel'.

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