Hillsong United’s “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” is a popular and uplifting worship song that has been sung in churches around the world. The song has been re-released as a “Reloaded” version with a new audio mix and a new version of the music video.
Hillsong United Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)
Originally released in 2013, “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” is a song written by Matt Crocker and Joel Houston and performed by Hillsong United. The song is based on the Bible verse from Matthew 14:22-33 which tells the story of Jesus walking on water. The song’s lyrics are about trusting in God even when life’s journey seems uncertain. The uplifting and inspiring lyrics of “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” have resonated with many people around the world and the song has become a popular worship anthem in churches.
Reloaded Audio Version
The “Reloaded” version of “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” was released in 2020 and features a new audio mix and a new version of the music video. The new audio mix is more modern and has a fuller sound, with greater emphasis on the drums and bass. The new version of the music video features a live performance of the song with a full band and choir. The audio and video mix together to create an even more powerful and inspiring experience.
The “Reloaded” version of “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” is an inspiring and uplifting worship anthem that is sure to be a hit in churches around the world. The new audio mix and video make the song even more powerful and meaningful, and the message of trusting in God even when life’s journey seems uncertain is one that many people can relate to.
Hillsong United are set to release ‘Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)’ (Reloaded), featuring Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and producer Joel Houston. The reimagined version of their global hit was released today and is available on all streaming platforms.
The seven-time GRAMMY Award-winning Hillsong UNITED have captivated a worldwide church audience and a mainstream artist fan base. With over 3.5 billion streams and views across digital platforms, the band has produced fifteen live albums and two studio albums. Notable singles include “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail),” which spent 24 weeks at No. 1 on the Christian airplay charts.
Houston takes “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” to new heights with a stripped-down version. For this new iteration, recorded late last year, the members of UNITED let go completely, allowing the track to unfold around them in a moment of worship.
The song’s lyrical beauty and ethereal melody capture an essential truth for believers: that in the vulnerability and uncertainty of faith, God’s love is a rock that never moves.
“It’s a song I am so proud of and thankful for,” says Joel Houston. “This song is a reminder that beyond our feet, where the ocean can be so great and intimidating; He is greater still. We can put our trust in Him.”
With the release of this reimagined sound, United’s fans everywhere can experience faith and trust in a brand-new way.