Apollo LTD Releases 'Soul Worth Saving'
Residence/Centricity Music’s cinematic, alternative-pop duo Apollo LTD releases to radio its first single and video of 2022, “Soul Worth Saving.” Listed as New and Active on the Billboard Christian Airplay chart, the song was written by Apollo LTD’s Jordan Phillips and Adam Stark along with three-time GRAMMY-nominated, Dove Award-winning songwriter Ethan Hulse.
“As Adam and I look at two albums worth of material in this band, we see a common thread that has run in and out of our music for a long time,” reveals Phillips. “That thread is communicating a message to all people, both the believer and the non-believer, that we have worth and value in the eyes of God. That we are treasured by the Father as we are, not as we should be.”
This big-picture view of the duo’s music formulated the basis for the new track. “The message is simple, but it’s taken me a long time to fully understand the depth of it,” confesses Phillips. “I hope you realize what Heaven has known for all eternity: we are all souls worth saving.”
Don’t you know
You’ve got a soul worth saving (oh don’t you know, don’t you know)
Don’t you know
You’re still a heart worth chasin’ (oh don’t you know)
There’s love reaching deeper
Behind the hurt in your eyes
A diamond that can still shine
I hope someday you realize
What heaven already knows
You’ve got a soul worth saving (don’t you know)
You’re a soul worth saving
(“Soul Worth Saving” Chorus)
Apollo LTD puts an exclamation point on the hope shared in “Soul Worth Saving” in its studio performance video released today and produced by Emmy- and Dove Award-nominated director Elliott Eicheldinger.
The new music from Apollo LTD follows its Billboard No. 1 hit “Sunday Morning Feeling (Feat. Ryan Stevenson)” from the duo’s acclaimed sophomore album, Nothing is Ordinary, Everything is Beautiful. Released amidst acclaim last year, the album also features the top five hit “Patient” and the American Songwriter-premiered video and Top 20 hit “You” along with “Good Day,” “Rulers,” “Now!” and “Better.”