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Streaming Permission Statement

During the Covid-19 crisis, we give permission for all churches worldwide to stream Resound Worship songs. This includes our videos, our recordings, our lyrics and your own performances.

If you have a streaming licence (eg CCLI, OneLicense), we’d appreciate it if you would report your usage. If you don’t, we would like you to use our material anyway.

We do not currently make copyright claims on YouTube videos, so you should be able to use our songs without triggering their algorithms and shutting down your feed.

For more on copyright, streaming and licences, check out the recent blog by our Agency Manager which sets out how it all works.


Video bundles

We've bundled up our videos and put them all in one place for you. Use the code FREEVIDS and get Video Intro Bundle 1 for free.

Most popular songs

Our most popular songs vary from month to month, depending on the season and latest releases. But if you're looking for those with lasting appeal then this list of the most popular in CCLI reports is just what you need. To make things a bit clearer, we haven't included any of our popular Christmas or Advent songs in this list. (View Christmas & Advent songs)

Latest Podcast

Ep 68 - Justice Songs
In this episode, Joel & Sam dissect the classic song 'God of Justice' by Tim Hughes, review June's Living Room Songs in the 12 Song Challenge with David, introduce a new 12 Song Superstar of the month award, play their own family friendly attempts, meet Jack Wakefield from Tearfund and set a new challenge for July: Justice Songs. The featured song is 'Lord you hear the cry (Lord have mercy) by Geraldine Latty' and there are links to things mentioned in the podcast at
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