Music Review- Kim Walker-Smith: You’ll Always Be (Live)

Kim Walker-Smith is fearless when it comes to how she expresses her love for Jesus Christ. In this live worship service, she sings “You’ll Always Be” from her music album Wild Heart.

With her poetic voice, Walker-Smith truly expresses her love for God as she sings about how our Lord brings a peace that passes all understanding, erasing fear and doubt. You can feel in her expression how much she adores God with her worship and her praise. Seeing it live is even more incredible.

“I wanted to capture that feeling of new life and growth in the aesthetics of this album, so the night we recorded it, we had a stage full of the live plants and flowers,” she writes of the song. “Our scenic designer, Eric Ponpetenieff, totally captured the vision of “WILD” and created something incredible with live trees, ferns, moss, and flowers. He turned the stage in to a lush living garden, he even brought in a eucalyptus tree from his own property! Needless to say, it smelled AMAZING in the theatre that night.”

It is a testament that there are still folks like Kim Walker-Smith who can encourage so much love of the Father through her amazing talent at singing and music.

Check out the song below:

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