Kiss The Dawn
Introducing the latest full length studio album from Nic and Rachael Billman.
This project is a collection of songs written through the journey of our lives. Some of the songs were written as long as 14 years ago and others were written days before entering the studio. It is like our life story, experiences and lessons in song.
A New Direction
Many of these songs have never been recorded before because stylistically they differ from our previous albums. While still an expression of worship, these songs are far more artistic with folk, country and rock roots.
This will be a completely different sound than you’ve heard before, but with the same heart and a lyrical depth that has matured through our years living in Brazil. Our life’s work is not music, but music is an expression that comes from our journey with Papa God as we rescue women and children out of sex-trafficking and abuse here in Brazil. The way we see Him love, restore and transform our girls on a daily basis is so beautiful that it comes pouring out of our hearts into music and new songs almost daily.
At The Studio
Kiss the Dawn was recorded over a 2 week period at Threshing Floor Studios in North Carolina. It’s an amazing mix of nature, history and technology nestled next to the oldest Cotton Factory in the U.S. Step inside and you are greeted with rough stone, brick and wood. Step outside and you’re surrounded with nature (including a waterfall!). It was the perfect place to record this album and we were constantly amazed at the environment around us.
Enjoy our Music, Bless our Ministry
This album is full of the stories and lessons from our beautiful journey with the Father. As with every CD and book that we sell, all of the proceeds of the album sales go directly to rescuing more women and children and preventing others from entering the life of exploitation.
You may have seen Nic & Rachael in the recent film Holy Ghost: Reborn by Darren Wilson. Money from our CD sales goes directly to fund the Shores of Grace ministry and help put on evens such as the Father’s Love Banquet seen in the film.