Chart-topping singer-songwriter and worship leader Sarah Téibo has just released a new single ‘Spirit Come’ which can be viewed in the video below. ‘Spirit Come’ was written in this period of unprecedented global turmoil and is a heartfelt prayer for the Holy Spirit to move in these unsettling times.
Available with both English and French lyrics, Spirit Come aims to touch hearts, restore families and bring healing to the nations. It will undoubtedly be a well-received here in the UK as well as in Francophone countries. The beautiful worship song was produced by Goziam (Goz-I-am) Okogwu and marks Sarah’s first studio release after signing with eOne Nashville’s IndieBlu distribution platform.
Spirit Come or Saint Esprit Vient is a prayer of supplication in worship, based on Acts 2:1 – 4; 17-18 and John 14:15-17. It is a heartfelt cry for an outpouring of God’s Spirit and you will be stirred by its melodious sounds and powerful words.
“Our generation is crying out / For more of you / More of you / We long for the days when Your power / Moved in the room / Lord move in this room.”
Currently one of the UK’s top female gospel music artists, Sarah Téibo first entered the global music scene in 2015 with her debut single ‘Steal my Joy’, followed by her debut album ‘Walk with Me’ which earned her a MOBO nomination and multiple awards including the prestigious Premier Gospel Awards’ ‘Album of the Year’. Her next album ‘Keep Walking’ saw her top the Official Charts in 2018, making her the first female independent Gospel artist to do so.
“My hope for ‘Spirit Come’ is that it would help listeners make deeper connections with God,” Sarah says. “May it become a useful resource in their personal and corporate worship experiences.”
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.
‘Spirit Come’ is the first single from Sarah’s upcoming worship project set for release in 2021. As she begins work on this next album, she aspires to help people make deeper connections with God, using songs from the project as resources in their personal and corporate worship experiences.
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.
Spirit Come is available on all music platforms.