When I heard the first Bifrost Arts album, Come, O Spirit, a few years ago, I was excited to hear the wedding of the emerging Seattle-esque, pop-orchestral song style (perhaps made most famous by one of the album’s producers, Sufjan Stevens) with historic Christian hymnody and liturgical service music. It is a truly unique venture.
When I heard Bifrost’s commander in chief, Isaac Wardell, share from his mind and heart at the Bifrost Arts conference earlier this year, I came away with an even deeper respect and appreciation for the (quite robust) vision of Bifrost Arts, of which music-making is only a part. Bifrost’s leader thinks theologically and biblically about worship, and God has given him a platform to reach and influence scores of young evangelical worship leaders who need to hear what he has to say.
When you support Bifrost Arts by contributing to the seed money for their third album, it should be obvious that you’re supporting more than a sweet, artsy album.
Please consider supporting this vision by contributing to the Bifrost kickstarter project.
If you haven’t heard Bifrost’s material, here’s a free sampler to get you started!