British Singer/ songwriter Sarah Téibo has started 2021 with a new song for unhurried worship, entitled ‘Glorious King’. This latest release from the London-based worship leader follows hot on the heels of her successful Christmas campaign which saw Hear the Sound reach the top 5 of the UK Christian Christmas Charts. The festive single was also featured globally on GOD TV.
‘Glorious King’ was produced in London by renowned producer and music Director, Goziam Okogwu. It is the second single from Sarah’s upcoming worship album and is “a reflective worship song with profound, yet unembellished lyrics and a resonant chorus passionately expressing a heartfelt ode to the Trinity. An ideal resource for an unhurried journey of personal or corporate worship.”
Undeterred by the current lockdown restrictions, Sarah comments on her latest release: “Despite high hopes coming into 2021, many people are living with so much anxiety and uncertainty for the future. One thing that’s helped me through this season is knowing that God never changes and is sovereign over all.
“This message is central to the theme of ‘Glorious King’ and is something I’m hoping will resonate with many people and help them navigate these trying times, as we all continue to seek more unhurried moments of worship and a deeper relationship with God,” she said.
‘Glorious King’ is now available for download on all digital music platforms.
About Sarah Téibo
British-born of Nigerian descent, Sarah Téibo is no stranger to writing and singing worship songs. She started leading worship in her early teens and currently serves as a worship leader at Kings Church, London.
She is currently one of the UK’s top female Gospel music artists, and has travelled extensively within the UK, Europe, Africa and Australia leading worship and working with other Gospel singers including Volney Morgan, New Ye, Philippa Hannah, Noel Robinson, Tim Godfrey, Charles Jenkins, and Fred Hammond.
Sarah is married to Oladimeji Teibo and they have two daughters. The couple attends Kings Church London, which is part of the New Frontiers family of churches. In addition to leading worship, Sarah serves in the children’s ministry.