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By Timothy Yap, Mar 19 2018
Not too long ago, Integrity Music broke the template when it came to worship music. They signed two left-of-center acts, namely Rend Collective and All Sons and Daughters. Both teams had sounds that were tangent to the predominantly rock-based norm then. At the risk of caricature, they have carved a nu-folk niche that opens up a rustic vestige to worship music that was refreshing and different. Both artists were handsomely rewarded as they began to be the purveyors of a new sound which led to a string of hits. Yet, both artists are not monolithic. Rather, they have their own distinctive sounds. Rend Collective explores a harder rockier side of the genre, while All Sons and Daughters are strapped in softer acoustics coming across with a warmer ambience. Four albums with Integrity Music later, All Sons and Daughters, comprising of Leslie Anne Jordan and David Alan Leonard, have decided to walk their separate ways. Thus, this final album arrives with a ring of sadness. "All Sons and Daughters Collection" is a retrospective collection of 15 songs derived from all four of the duo's catalogue without the inclusion of any new or unreleased material.