LAKELAND, Fla. – SEU Worship, Southeastern University’s student music ministry, will release its sixth album, a full-length live recording project, on Friday, November 2. The album is called Heaven Life.
“I could not be more excited about SEU Worship’s newest album, Heaven Life. SEU Worship is the sound coming out of Southeastern University, reflecting the heart, energy and passion of our community,” said President Kent Ingle.
SEU Worship is a group of staff and students from the university. The songs are written and performed by Southeastern students along with Dan Rivera, campus worship pastor, and David Cook, one of Southeastern’s worship leaders.
“The album Heaven Life is an expression of the youth and joy our students bring to chapels and daily campus life. Every recording project reflects the vibrant worship services students experience in our weekly chapel gatherings,” said Rivera.
“The theme of Heaven Life is an expression of the adventure, surrender, and discovery that takes place in the new frontiers of freedom that our eternal God has called us to belong in,” said Cook.
SEU Worship has more than 160,000 subscribed listeners on Spotify, with four of their songs having more than one million plays.
The album will be released digitally on multiple music streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Youtube, Amazon Music and Google Play. For more information on SEU Worship, visit https://www.seu.edu/seuworship/.
About SEU Worship
SEU Worship is the worship ministry of Southeastern University, a Christ-centered institution of higher learning located in Lakeland, Fla. Heaven Life, their most recent album, will be released on November 2nd following the release of their single “The King is Coming.”