Jesus Culture shakes up sound with Reconstructed Vol. 1

Jesus Culture Music will be releasing an album of remixes on March 11.

Jesus Culture Reconstructed Vol. 1 features some of their hit songs reimagined with the electronic sounds of Oh Snap It's Luke, the artist name of Lucas Hogg who has been serving with Jesus Culture since 2007.

Hogg plays drums for Kim and Skyler Smith and in addition to being a songwriter, is also a remix artist and music producer. 

The collection will be out just days after the start of Jesus Culture's South/West US tour at the Hollywood Palladium in LA on March 9.

Remixed songs in the album include "Alive", "Show My Your Glory", "Your Love Never Fails", "He is the Light", and "I Belong to You". 

It's a busy few months for Jesus Culture, with a new full-length album due out in June.  Details of that will be forthcoming. 

The tour takes in a total of cities across western and southern US.  Chris Quilala and Justin Jarvis will lead worship with the Jesus Culture Band before Pastor Scott Thompson takes to the stage for a time of preaching. 

The final date is March 21 in Springfield, Montana.

Tickets are available now here

Full tour dates are below:

March 9 Los Angeles, CA The Hollywood Palladium

March 10 Phoenix, AZ Grand Canyon University

March 12 El Paso, TX Abraham Chavez Theatre

March 13 Albuquerque, NM Legacy Church

March 15 Houston, TX Berry Center

March 16 San Antonio, TX Westover Hills Assembly of God

March 17 Dallas, TX Verizon Theatre

March 19 Oklahoma City, OK Crossings Community Church

March 20 Tulsa, OK Rhema Bible Church

March 21 Springfield, MO James River Church

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