Syntax Creative is pleased to announce a new partnership with Higher Vision Church, a 12-year-old church based in Valencia, California with 3,000 members. On Oct. 6, Higher Vision will release its debut worship album titled For Your Kingdom, which is available for pre-order today and will be available on all digital outlets.
“For us, it has been exciting to partner with churches,” Syntax CEO Timothy Trudeau said. “Churches are right there in the mix with culture. They see what the culture needs and then react to it. We live in a time where, with no extra effort, they can help so much more than their local community.”
For Your Kingdom is a 13-track album, and its first two singles are available for instant download when the project is pre-ordered. Higher Vision desires the album to not only help its members throughout their week, but also people across the globe.
“There’s just so much darkness going on in the world,” says Higher Vision producer Sean Loche, formerly of the worship band Worth Dying For. “Every day you read the worst, most horrific news you can imagine. We want to just be a blip of good, a blip of light in a dark world, to atheists and to Christians.”
“We partnered with Syntax because we believe they know how to help us reach the world with our worship music,” Loche said.
“Even though the deal with Higher Vision is new, I’ve already had the pleasure of working with Sean for nearly 10 years. I am expecting big things for him and Higher Vision,” Trudeau said.
Higher Vision Church was planted in Valencia, California by lead pastors Jared and Davette Ming in 2004. The church has expanded to 3,000 members and a campus in Santa Paula. To learn more, visit: http://highervisionworshop.com.
Syntax Creative is one of the top independent digital distributors, design firms and marketing agencies, representing more than 130 record labels. Their impressive list of clientele includes Elevation Church, Saddleback Church, Crossroads Label Group, Central South, Daywind Records and Jamie Grace Music among others. To learn more, visit: http://syntaxcreative.com.