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Geraldine Latty at Christmas


Holy Night

Produced by her husband Carey Luce and featuring many stand out classics including 'Midnight Clear', 'Go tell it', 'Joy to the World' and 'O Holy Night' this album reunites us with Geraldine's trademark vocals and her storming band,  laced with rich orchestral colours and even a persian santoor!   


It includes two brand new songs from Geraldine and Carey and features 'In the beginning' - a  popular Christmas song written by their friend Joel Payne of ResoundWorship.org


As we know, the Luce production house is not afraid to push the style fusion boundaries - and we move effortlessly through classical, gospel, rock, spoken word and through a blistering Irish jig to a township mash up!


This is your invitation to explore this musical tribute to the story of Christmas.

'Rediscover the Wonder'

Check out this video from Geraldine, it is a lyrics video for the track 'In the bleak midwinter' from her Holy Night album.

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What people are saying about 'Can you see it?'

"Love it…Geraldine as worship leader has always had a unique sensitivity to the Holy Spirit at work in the church! This new sound that is resonating from her spirit shows evidently the spiritual DNA that has been a hall mark of her musical creativeness! With an incredible voice that invites the listener into the picture that she paints Geraldine and her team prophetically capture the heart and sound of God in earth."  

Noel Robinson - singer/songwriter & worship leader

“This is IT - the Geraldine and Carey album we’ve been waiting for! Capturing the unique mix of groove, honesty, hope, and surprise that typifies worshipping with the Luces, this album will grab you on the first listen and keep you coming back for more. It is so refreshing to hear songs that are simultaneously biblically rooted and creatively unchained. You just know that this is the heart-cry of worshippers, desperate to express their experiences, laments and praises in glorious technicolor. Love it!”

Sam & Sara Hargreaves - co-leaders of engage worship.org