Tommy Iceland’s musical gesture meets a Ukrainian nation where they are–scattered. Singer/songwriter/composer/background singer, Tommy Iceland, shares the backstory of the bilingual remake of Chris Tomlin’s “Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies)” and how the co-lab was nearly derailed by the Russians.
The remake, set to hit all platforms 4/4, showcases an original Tommy Iceland third verse sung by nine-year-old Kate, whose family was forced to flee Ukraine finding asylum in Sweden.
In his interview with Nik Curtis Beal (Bandkind-Creative Director/WJTL Lancaster, PA-MD), Tommy Iceland (native of Sweden), speaks the heart of Ukrainian Worship Leader/Youth Pastor, Mark Sergeev, shares the encouragement received by Chris Tomlin (and team), and praises the bravery of the God-fearing Ukrainian Pastor (captured and released by Russian soldiers) who made the decision to turn the recording equipment in the church basement to–ON.
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