“America’s Got Talent” fan favorite, Michael Ketterer, and his band Influence Music have released a “post-apocalyptic” music video to accompany their new album, Rebels.
Ketterer, a former United Pursuit member-turned-worship pastor at Influence Church in Anaheim, California, is a member of the band and record company alongside Matt Gilman, Melody Noel and Whitney Medina. The faith-based artist collective was birthed during a songwriters’ retreat that took place months before Ketterer’s “America’s Got Talent” appearance. According to the group’s website, they are “dedicated to facilitating the creation and release of music that glorifies God.”
The progressive worship group premiered their video/short-film on New Release Today on July 18, ahead of their album release.
“‘The new album and short film is a bold declaration of God’s affection for those deemed least worthy of his love,” Melody Noel told NRT. “It’s about not conforming to the pattern of this world and standing in truth no matter the cost!”
Noel told NRT that they hope the music video visually communicates the message of their new album in a way that would “be innovative and evangelistic.”
“The ‘Rebels’ short film was the result,” she added.
“Set in a post-apocalyptic world where Christianity is forbidden, a band of misfit children seeks to save the lost through the message of the Gospel. With resounding tones of Peter Pan’s Lost Boys, the short film illuminates redemption through the visible restoration of innocence,” the video synopsis reads.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Jeannie Law