The Kingdom Choir, who rose to global fame earlier this year after their phenomenal performance at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have shared their stunning version of Stormzy’s ‘Blinded By Your Grace Pt.2’.
Paired with an impactful visual, their version of Stormzy’s anthem is absolutely breathtaking. The choir deliver a truly sensational version of the song, reminding us all over again why we fell in love with their captivating presence and vocals during the Royal Wedding.
The visual itself is a mesmerising performance piece, with the choir members entering the church armed with powerful signs, before delivering a spine-tinging performance of the song. The performance piece is intertwined with uplifting scenes depicting love, hope and happiness.
Check out the visual for ‘Blinded By Your Grace Pt.2’ below.
The track is taken from The Kingdom Choir’s debut album Stand By Me, which will be released on Friday October 26. The choir signed a deal with Sony Music UK after their sensational performance of ‘Stand By Me’ was watched and loved by a global audience of over two billion.
The album, aptly titled Stand By Me, will include the choir’s take on the classic song as well as a number of other tracks including ‘Halo’, ‘All of Me’ and ‘Fix You’. The choir have also written a powerful ballad called ‘Chases’, which will appear on the record.
The Kingdom Choir – Stand By Me Tracklist
- ‘Stand By Me’
- ‘All of Me’
- ‘I Say A Little Prayer’
- ‘Blinded By Your Grace Pt.2’
- ‘Make You Feel My Love’
- ‘Something Inside So Strong’
- ‘Lovely Day’
- ‘Harvest For The World’
- ‘Fix You’
- ‘Amazing Grace’
- ‘Chases’ (written by The Kingdom Choir)
- ‘You’re The Voice’
- ‘Hark The Herald Angels Sing’
On October 27, the day after the album’s release, The Kingdom Choir will perform at the Closing Ceremony of the Invictus Games Sydney 2018, founded by Prince Harry.
The choir will also be touring across the UK next year in support of the album. Among their tour dates is a show at the iconic Royal Albert Hall, which will mark exactly one year since their life-changing performance at the Royal Wedding.
The Kingdom Choir was founded in 1994 by award-winning conductor Karen Gibson. The group, which includes singers from in and around London, draw inspiration from various Christian traditions, and deliver a sound which is laced with a captivating warm energy. Prior to their performance at the Royal Wedding, the largest audience they’d performed to was just 200 people.
‘Blinded By Your Grace Pt.2’ is available now, whilst Stand By Me will be released on Friday.