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]

Also known asBoom
OriginMelbourne, Australia
GenresContemporary worship music, contemporary Christian music
Years active2016–present
LabelsPlanetshakers Ministries International, Venture3Media
Associated actsPlanetshakers


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]


  • 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


Albums series


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


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