Bryan and Katie Torwalt’s latest EP, Christmas, is the perfect way to ring in the holiday season.Starting out the project with two classics, “The Christmas Song,” and “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,” the husband and wife duo create gorgeous harmonies paired with classic melodies, evoking a sense of “home” that only the holiday season can.The third song is a fresh take on two classics, creating a medley of “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing,”and “Oh Come Let Us Adore Him.”The EP concludes with, “Emmanuel,” a Christmas version of an original that was released on their latest album, Champion. This song perfectly showcases the Torwalt’s incredible songwriting gift as they capture the true meaning behind the Christmas season.Bryan and Katie have created new renditions of classics, as well as worshipful moments that will surely become part of your holiday collection for years to come. The EP truly captures the heart of the season and is an album you won’t want to miss.
Bryan and Katie Torwalt are worship leaders and songwriters who have a passion to see lives changed through encounters with the presence of God. This is the foundational premise from which their music is derived. The songs they write are declarative anthems for the body of Christ that reflect their passion for freedom, healing, and the assurance that God’s goodness surrounds us in any circumstance. Realizing the likeness in vision and spirit, the Torwalts joined with the Jesus Culture Music label in the fall of 2010 as they began working on their debut album "Here on Earth.” As they brought pen to paper, they had no idea they were crafting one of the biggest worship anthems of this decade. The song "Holy Spirit" has since gone on to win a Grammy for best Christian song of the year and it continues to be a staple in worship sets around the world. Their second album, Kingdom Come, is full of dynamic songs of faith and praise. The latest offering from Bryan and Katie, “Champion”, conveys a message of the victory we have in Jesus, even in the midst of hardship, and is full of prophetic declarations of the ever-present God who has overcome for us.