“Jesus was our prime example of someone living in the upside down kingdom. The way to life is truly narrow and few find it. When we give, we receive. When we go low, we go high.”
In a world where success is measured by fame and fortune, Martin flips the script and points out that there is a better way – a way that seems backward to the world, but is truly life-giving and full of joy.
Upside down in dreams
I found it is what it isn’t
Nothing is as it seems
Here it’s what goes down
Must come up
This new single from Martin takes listeners back to ’90s grunge with its heavy electric guitar, bass and drums throughout the song, with the goal to not just connect with Christian music fans, but also with the mainstream rock fans. “I want listeners to give Jesus Christ a chance after listening to this song and ask Him to teach them how to live upside down,” asserts Martin. “They will find that it truly is what it isn’t.”
Martin has recorded 30 songs this year with producer John Mark Painter (Fleming and John, Steve Taylor’s bass player) and will be releasing a single every month. Painter’s amazing skills for creating retro sounds reminiscent of the ’90s are all over this song and the songs to follow.
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