Synth-pop/Electronica artist Will Adam, who was part of the Hillsong London worship team for many years before moving to India, has released his new album 'Image'.
Set to catchy melodies and pulsing electronica, the lyrics of each of the 12 brand new songs bring fresh language to God's love for us, reminding us of our perfection as the creation of a loving God. ‘Image’ features global talent from the UK, Portugal, Germany and India, and includes the voices of the wonderful Bethesda Life Centre boys and girls. With its bright, hope-filled tracks, 'Image' will turn up the saturation in your life, filling any black and white with vibrant colour.
After touring across India in 2015 with the Hillsong worship team, Will was deeply stirred by what he saw and the children he met at a home for the underprivileged, and couldn’t shake the idea that he could help out in some way. So in January 2018 he moved his life to Goa, where he lives today as an unpaid volunteer, teaching music to the same children he met years before (Bethesda Life Centre, featured on the album as well as drawing the pictures for the album artwork). He now lives to create a better life for the children he works with, which involves giving 100% of proceeds from 'Image' to the children’s home.
Will is producing songs that will certainly never leave your head. As a professional composer and songwriter he aims, in every new work, to achieve something fresh, catchy, challenging and emotional. In his worship music, this means no cliches, no jargon and no filler. Will says, “The centrepiece of ‘Image’ is an epic eleven minute anthem about God’s utter indefinability, God as I AM - the purest form of verb, being, relationship, and ends with the voices of the BLC kids and a violin solo by Nourhe Khate - both of which never fail to bring tears to my eyes”.