Everything in Colour
The third release from Canadian worship leader Ben Cantelon, Everything In Colour is his strongest album yet. Produced by Jason Ingram (Chris Tomlin, One Sonic Society), the full-length album features songs that have already stirred up the underground - like...
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The third release from Canadian worship leader Ben Cantelon, Everything In Colour is his strongest album yet. Produced by Jason Ingram (Chris Tomlin, One Sonic Society), the full-length album features songs that have already stirred up the underground - like 'Saviour Of The World', 'A New Day' and a brand new recording of already established worship song 'Love Came Down'.
The album features songs written with Mia Fieldes (Hillsong), Jason Ingram, and Stu G, and the album fuses great production with a raw sense of corporate worship. Having started out as Worship Director at Soul Survivor Ben is now based at Holy Trinity Brompton, where he is a key worship leader for Worship Central.
1. Everything In Colour
- 1. Everything In ColourBen Cantelon0:59
- 2. New DayBen Cantelon0:59
- 3. GuardianBen Cantelon0:59
- 4. Saviour Of The WorldBen Cantelon0:59
- 5. My DelivererBen Cantelon0:59
- 6. Be ExaltedBen Cantelon0:59
- 7. Lord Strong & MightyBen Cantelon0:59
- 8. Love Came Down (i've Found A Love)Ben Cantelon0:59
- 9. Through The CrossBen Cantelon0:59
- 10. Worth It AllBen Cantelon0:59
- 11. Love Divine (purify)Ben Cantelon0:59
It's a struggle, all right. Filtering out the real from a sea of imitations, choosing honesty over pretence, mining for truth when so much around us is fake. But that's the journey that Ben Cantelon is on - a search shared by fellow worshippers the world over. Life is moving fast for the young Canadian, now residing in London, England where he has joined the Worship Central team started by Tim Hughes and others from Holy Trinity, Brompton. Like others on the team, Ben's hunger for a more honest dialogue with God is not just about personal preferences or musical tastes; it's a question of life itself.
Ben's been nurtured by generations of Christians who have known how to put their faith into glorious action. His father, Brent, is pastor of Christian life Assembly church in Vancouver, a position he took over from his own father, Don Cantelon - the first television evangelist in Canada. As a teenager Ben met Mike Pilavachi and Tim Hughes at a conference in Vancouver. Something clicked, and soon Ben was invited to become a part of Soul Survivor, eventually moving from worship band member to worship leader. Since then there has been more travel, conferences, festivals and numerous appearances on Soul Survivor's live albums, as well as Daylight Breaks Through - an EP released under Survivor's Emerge label back in 2007. Oh, and a co-write of one of the loudest anthems of the last couple of years; 'Happy Day' with Tim Hughes. Eventually Ben became Worship Director at Soul Survivor, a role he filled with trademark creativity and humility.