City of Enoch
City of Enoch is a contemporary Christian vocal trio based out of Salt Lake City, Utah. The group is comprised of Jeremy Christensen, Brianna Curran, and Kyle Wesley. Deseret Book proclaims, “City of Enoch is the group that you have been waiting for, with a captivating sound that is described as “Lady Antebellum harmonies meet Christian Contemporary praise.” Their debut album, Sweet Redeemer, was released by Shadow Mountain Records in April 2017. It is available from Deseret Book and for download on iTunes. The album features original songs, Christian covers, and an amazing new arrangement of the Hilary Weeks classic “He Hears Me.”
Per their bio on Deseret Book.com, “After traveling to Nashville to write songs and put together initial ideas for a group, Jeremy and Kyle began the concept of the group by writing the song “Bountiful” along with a mutual friend and producer. Shortly after that, they recruited Brianna Curran, someone they discovered on YouTube, after searching for singers in Utah who could complete their concept for a group with powerful three-part harmonies and the ability to easily share vocal leads.” The group quickly bonded and started creating and performing more demo songs which led to being discovered by Shadow Mountain Records and a record deal to start recording their first album.
Brianna Curran, Jeremy Christensen, and Kyle Wesley are no strangers to the music industry. Per the Time Out for Women (TOFW) website, between the three of them, they have “worked with top music executives worldwide, licensed music to major television networks and independent films, worked with brands such as Delta Airlines and KMC Wheels, made appearances on EFY albums, and written songs for artists such as GENTRI and Calee Reed.” A small clip of City of Enoch performing “There’s Joy” at a TOFW event is available on YouTube.
The trio describes themselves as a “Christian pop trio on a mission to share our love for Jesus Christ and His gospel through song.”
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