Debut Album "Many Lands"


Many Lands by Holy Mountain
Release Date: March 28, 2017


Expect the unexpected, and then expect some more with this debut release Many Lands from Holy Mountain. Colorado’s Ewing and South Africa’s Rea have created a major force with which to be reckoned. In fact, the album has so much to offer for so many, like the Imogen Heap flair on “Lifter Of My Head,” the Jack Johnson vibe on “Do I Do The Walking,” all drenched in the wash of something that conjures a vision of Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors and David Gray gathering together for a giant, heavenly singsong. Many Lands will take you many places, with all paths ultimately leading you toward adoration of the King, and that’s something we all need—don’t pass on this unique opportunity. - CCM Magazine (FULL REVIEW)



Holy Mountain started when two singer/songwriters from opposite ends of the earth met at a conference in the mountains of Montana in the summer of 2015. Thomas Ewing, a native of Colorado and Gary Rea, from Cape Town, South Africa both have solo music careers but discovered a musical and spiritual kindredness that compelled them to collaboration.  It only took a couple of writing session for them to realize that this was working.

They are both worship leaders and share a passion for leading people into the presence of God through music but Holy Mountain is breaking the mold of what worship music can look like. While incorporating unconventional musical creativity with singable melodies, they strive to merge honest, personal lyrics with words that give a language to the church and can relate to a congregation of worshippers in a fresh way.