Tag: Martin Smith

August 10, 2022

Martin Smith (Delirious?) New Album "Dancing In The Fire" Out Now

I somehow missed this album and any news about it earlier this year. I had just discovered some recent songs from the album, “Dancing In The Fire” by former Delirious? frontman – Martin Smith a few weeks ago and just had to share. Listen to one of the new songs from this album (out now), below. The song is titled “Until The End of Time” and is a perfect introduction to not only Martin’s music but also a certain discover of the intersection between Faith and art.… Continued →

March 6, 2017

Introducing: Army of Bones

This is one of the most talented new indie acts to grace our scene in recent memory. The band is called Army of Bones and the band features former Delirious vocalist/guitarist Martin Smith. The band just released their self titled debut on March 3rd and I think these guys definitely deserve a minute of your time. You Spotify listeners can check out the album below. Continued →

June 17, 2014

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April 15, 2013

REVIEW : Martin Smith - God's Great Dance Floor Step 01

Martin Smith, ex-lead singer of Delirious? releases his new solo album 'God's Great Dance Floor Step 01' next week (23rd April), featuring hit songs like 'Fire Never Sleeps', 'Awake My Soul' 'Back to the Start' and 'Waiting Here for You'. Here is the review of the lead singer of one of my favourite British worship bands ever!

November 29, 2012

April 13, 2011

REVIEW : Tim Hughes - Love Shine Through

You may not know Tim Hughes by name, but you have probably sung his songs before. Songs like “Here I Am to Worship,” or “Beautiful One.” Produced by Delirious’ lead singer Martin Smith, this British worship leader’s new record is clearly passionate about God, pushing the listener to pour out love and adoration for our Saviour.

March 27, 2009

REVIEW : Delirious? - My Soul Sings DVD/CD

While the live DVD isn’t the best I’ve seen even within the CCM world, it does help show a fantastic performance from Delirious. The music here and on the CD is a step above most of their contemporaries, especially in the faltering worship genre, and the band’s insistence on a faith that is lived out and not just talked about couldn’t be more needed in the Church today.