2009 was a banner year for upstart Irish worship band, Bluetree. With their big hit “God of This City,” inspired after seeing the conditions of the poor on a trip to Thailand, riding high, particularly after being recorded by praise and worship superstar, Chris Tomlin, the sky seemed to be the limit for the group. Yet, just as quickly as they had hit, they seemed to flare out, despite the release of another studio record and a few live projects. Personnel have come and gone but, with lead singer and founder Aaron Boyd at the helm, the band has pressed on, now signed with Integrity Music, and is back with their latest, Worship & Justice.
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