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Wilderness: Canyon Image by Pete Linforth from Pixabay

(Image by Pete Linforth from Pixabay)


Music and Lyrics by Adryelle:

rise up
rise up
i’m calling
can you hear me now
these pathways
take a look cause they are changing
see i’m doing something very different now
i’m doing a new thing
this is a new thing

ways in this wilderness
streams in this wasteland
follow me
out of this
follow me out of this…
follow me out of this…

your ways are higher than mine
i count it all as a loss
your ways are higher than mine
i leave it all at the cross

(From the album Kingdoms & Communities © Copyright 2020 Adryelle. All Rights Reserved)


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With houses of worship currently closed or restricted across much of the nation, the editors of the Baltimore Post-Examiner are inviting an array of spiritual teachers to share insights from the ages along with words of comfort and encouragement. These timely messages are not exclusive to any particular faith walk and will be included in our ongoing Spirituality series.

About the author


Resembling the sounds of Kate Bush, Depeche Mode and Young Marble Giants, comes southern California based electronic-recording and worship artist, Adryelle. She is a multi-instrumentalist and producer with many talents, including a DIY attitude that can be seen in her self-produced music. She is also a visual artist which she creates ink drawings and watercolor paintings. Her music is sometimes electronic and sometimes acoustic with a touch retro/low-fi mimicking the early 80’s. She also performs solo sets with just her acoustic guitar and uses a sampler with self produced tracks and samples during her live performances. She has written for Comcast commercials that were aired on BET and Home & Family for a drug rehab program called Teen Challenge. Her first album was released under the moniker Black Rose Cinema, and was soon picked up by Canadian Christian industrial/goth net-label, Flaming Fish. The album went on to draw the interest of DJ’s in Germany, Italy, and Norway, before she changed her name to her current pseudonym, Adryelle. Adryelle has toured nationally, in cafes, bars, and house shows, also doing private events and street performances. She currently teaches music and goes into rehab centers, jails, and shelters to perform for the residents in those areas, using music and her personal testimony as a tool to encourage and bring hope, healing and encouragement to others. Contact the author.

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