Watkins and Bloodline released their self-titled debut album. The nine live songs on the album span several genres, including reggae, rock, southern baptist.
It is sure to appeal to a wide range of listeners. Six people who are a mixture of close friends and family make up the band. The album’s inspiration, according to the band’s leader Joey Watkins, was to be able to give our listeners something to take home and feel God’s presence anytime.
The single “He is” by Watkins and Bloodline blends the appeal of southern baptist music with the contemporary rock sounds. The album’s first track, “He is,” introduces the group’s distinctive musical combining different musical genres to produce its own unique sound. The combination of groovy guitar riffs, a Hammond b3 organ, and choir-like vocals results in an uplifted song that emphasizes who God is.
The project’s centerpiece, “In My Soul,” is featured on the “Pursuit” album. Band member Halle Moseley claims, “In my soul was originally supposed to be thrown out.” “I didn’t join the band until the middle of the album, in actuality. They changed the song after I joined and decided to include me in it. In keeping with the idea of blending genres, “In my Soul” does just that.
alternative rock and ethereal vocals to evoke a stirring feeling. “This song is meant to inspire a desire to seek God. In fact, that is where the album’s name originated.
We get a variety of genres from Watkins and Bloodline, but they all share the same message: If you pursue God, He will pursue you.