Planetboom


Planetboom or Boom is the contemporary worship music band, youth ministry of Planetshakers Church in Melbourne, Australia.[1] They have released their first album, Jesus Over Everything,[2] on 22 March 2019 by Venture3Media.[3]

Planetboom
Also known asBoom
OriginMelbourne, Australia
GenresContemporary worship music, contemporary Christian music
Years active2016–present
LabelsPlanetshakers Ministries International, Venture3Media
Associated actsPlanetshakers
Websiteplanetshakers.com/planetboom/

History

Youth ministry branch of Planetshakers primarily targeting high school students, ministring to teenagers via channels like school programs, youth camps and friday meetups.[4] They created the band called Planetboom, composed of young musicians, songwriters and vocalists, the team lead thousands of teenagers in breakthrough praise and worship every week,[5] they started doing Christian music since 2016 at the Planetshakers Church. Their first debut single called, "Here Comes the Revival", was for the album Overflow: Live by the band Planetshakers in 2016.[6]In the year 2017 they released two singles: "New Levels" and "Praise Over Problems".[7]In 2018 they released two singles: the first single released in June "Jesus Over Everything",[8] and another in august called "LEMME TELLYA"[9]On 9 November they announced that they are releasing a new single called "Run To You".[10]This year they announced the release of their first album, Jesus Over Everything, released on 22 March 2019.[11]

Members

  • Noah Walker – worship leader, background vocals
  • Aime Evans – worship leader, background vocals
  • Falemaii Jedidaia – worship leader, background vocals
  • Irichell Cajes – worship leader, background vocals
  • Andy Harrison – drums, worship leader
  • Josh Ham – bass guitar
  • Jonathan Evans – drums
  • Nicky Seow – keyboard
  • Jarry Verdan – electric guitar
  • Joshua Monk – bass player

Discography

Albums series

Singles

  • "Praise on Praise" (live) (July 2019)
  • "Saints" (September 2019)
  • "Kamsahamnida" (live) (November 2019)

References

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