Exhale is the seventh studio album by Plumb. Word Records alongside Curb Records released the album on May 4, 2015. Plumb worked with Matt Bronleewe in the production of this album. This album follows her 2013 album, Need You Now, that was also produced by Matt Bronleewe, as well as, Exhale. The album was released on May 4, 2015 by Word Records and Curb Records, making the album her seventh studio album.
Exhale is produced by longtime Plumb collaborator Matt Bronleewe, mixed by Ainslie Grosser and mastered by Grammy Awarding winning engineer Tom Coyne (Adele – 21, Taylor Swift - 1989, Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour).
Thankfully, Exhale sounds like a Plumb album and doesn't feel forced in the slightest. The songs and lyrics are inspired and don't sound like what you get from the typical worship album flooding CCM airwaves today.
The title track of Plumb's Exhale album, the song and LP name came from a sermon by Pete Wilson of Crosspoint Church, Plumb's home church in Nashville. Plumb explained to New Release Tuesday: "We've been made whole, restored and redeemed, and I want to breathe that out, to exhale that. That's the premise of this whole album. On that day in church, I realized that the direction for this album.
Genre: Pop, Rock, Christian. Tracklist: 01 – Exhale 02 – Lord I’m Ready Now 03 – Smoke 04 – Resurrection 05 – Great Is Our God 06 – My True Love 07 – Broken Places 08 – Faithful 09 – Champion 10 – Sleep Will Be Sweet 11 – When You Walk Into The Room 12 – Restored.
It's okay to not be okay This is a safe place This is a safe place Don't be afraid Don't be ashamed There's still hope here There's still hope here. No matter what you've done or who you are Everyone is welcome in His arms. Just let go let His love wrap around you And hold you close Get lost in the surrender Breathe it in until your heart breaks Then exhale Exhale. Just let go let His love wrap around you And hold you close Get lost in the surrender Breathe it in until your heart breaks Then exhale Exhale Exhale Exhale Exhale. Thanks to Agyei for correcting these lyrics.
Album: Exhale (Deluxe Version), 2015. Has been played on. United States 148.