The creators of the popular Christian kids music item, Seeds Family Worship, has launched a new music brand, Lullaby House Music, with the announcement of the debut album, You Are Loved, which is available now.
The first album is a mix of carefully written original lullaby songs and a few hand-selected cover songs such as the 2020 massive hit, “The Blessing.” You Are Loved will take the listener on a journey to embrace the sweet moments of life with their child.
Lullaby House Music is a collective of amazing creatives, songwriters, singers, musicians, engineers and bloggers. The collective is led by Jason Houser, who founded Seeds Family Worship and has helped that brand sell more than 500,000 albums and 46 million streams. Houser has been writing and producing music for more than 20 years and has co-written chart-topping Christian radio singles including, “Broken Things”, “All In”, “The Motions” and “More” by Matthew West and “Hide” by Joy Williams. Jason has recently had songs on America’s Got Talent, The Good Doctor and the movie Selfie Dad.
“We are in a season where friends and family are having babies and lullabies are the soundtrack for that season of life,” shares Jason Houser. “There is some strong music in this genre, but we discovered too much of it is dated or filled with strange bells and chimes. Lullaby House Music is a fresh, modern approach to lullabies that celebrates life, love and family.”
Lullaby House Music is created to allow peace to calm anxious hearts and rest for little souls. The soothing music will help baby sleep at rest time and night time. This music will help create a worshipful atmosphere at home that will help nurture the souls of babies, parents and grandparents alike.
“We love the music our team has created because it is full of comfort, peace and wonder that is filling the spaces of homes around the world,” continues Houser. “We hope it is more than just great music, we believe it is that music that calms the soul especially for parents who have welcomed babies home during this year’s pandemic, they need to be reminded of this hope.”