Eleventh Hour Worship's debut EP "XI" features 6 songs that focus on revival, God's goodness and His never-ending pursuit of us. The making of "XI" has been surreal, from the emotion and prayer that has been invested into the lyrics, to the genuine hearts of the musicians who have had a part in recording it. God has been in every piece of the process. Working with Sean Hill and Uphill Studios has been such an adventure. We have been learning from and recording with musicians who have played with Crowder, Kari Jobe, Jesus Culture, and All Sons and Daughters. We never thought that only seven months after graduating high school, we would have this opportunity, but it's unbelievable what God can do when you have an obedient heart. 

Although "XI" was recorded as a studio album, the songs were birthed from moments of passionate prayer and radical worship. The first song that was written for the album, "No One Greater", was almost entirely written from times of spontaneous worship. "Come Home" is a testimony of God's love and was written as a cry of God's heart for a lost generation. Our heart for this album can best be summed up by our prayer in the chorus of the song "Move": 'Move your sons and daughters / Move with signs and wonders / Move, o King of heaven, move.' We have an overwhelming desire to see God move upon our generation and start a movement in the youth of this nation that will change the world forever.