Gungor’s New Single: When Death Dies

   

Gungor’s new single does not disappoint. When Death Dies is obviously a work of great skill and beautiful composition, blending Spanish Moroccan-like rifts and clapping, eclectic accordion tunes, elegant cello, and an edgy flair of beat-boxing.

But beneath the artful craft of these musicians lies a deeply profound dedication. The lyrics speak of all that comes to us “when death dies.”

As “waters flooding a desert” and as “the sunrise shows all things,” so too does Christ’s sacrifice cease the dry and chapped lives we live and the darkness in which we dwell.

Christ does all this.

Read the lyrics and watch the video. Not only will your ears thank you, but your soul will as well.

“Like the waters flooding the desert
Like the sunrise showing all things

When it comes, flowers grow
Lions sleep, gravestones roll
Where death dies, all things live
When it comes, poor men feast
Kings fall down to their knees
When death dies, all things live
All things live

Like a woman searching and finding love
Like an ocean buried and bursting forth

Where it comes, flowers grow
Lions sleep, gravestones roll
Where death dies, all things come alive
Where it comes, water’s clean
Children fed, all believe
When death dies, all things live
All things live

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  • I am soooooo excited for the new album.  Their lyricism is amazing.  “When death dies, all things live.”  Why do we not let it die!?  So often we try to revive that which He has already died for, that which has led to death in our lives.  Why don’t we seek life?  This is probably so much of what He was alluding to in Luke 24, “Why do you look for the living among the dead?”  This is an amazing song.

    p.s. A beat boxing cellist?!  Totally legendary!

  • Seriously amazing. 

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