Worship leader Kari Jobe
is preparing a new music video for the song “Steady My Heart”. The song “Steady My Heart” is from Jobe’s latest worship album titled Where I Find You
released January 2012 through Sparrow Records. The record features Matt Maher on the song “We Exalt Your Name.”
The music video is set in a vintage feel setting. Kari Jobe
has a side pony hairdo and wears a vintage drop-waist red/pink dress. The video also features old style microphones.
posted two photos from the video shoot commenting, “Y'all would LOVE this shoot!! The backdrop is 12,000 old slides. Ridiculous.”
The fans responded to the photos from the video shoot with excitement.
The songs on the record Where I Find You
1. Steady My Heart
2. We Are
3. One Desire
4. Find You On My Knees
5. Savior's Here
6. Stars in the Sky
7. What Love Is This
8. Run to You (I Need You)
10. Love Came Down
11. We Exalt Your Name (feat. Matt Maher)
About Kari Jobe
After being established as one of the industry’s premier worship leaders with her Dove Award-winning, self-titled debut, Kari Jobe continues to serve as a worship pastor at Gateway Church in Southlake, Texas, and released her highly anticipated follow-up album, Where I Find You (Sparrow) on January 24, 2012.
Produced by Ed Cash (Chris Tomlin, Chris August) and Matt Bronleewe (Natalie Imbruglia, Josh Wilson), Where I Find You, which includes Kari’s new hit radio single “We Are,” is an engaging departure from her previous effort—both sonically and thematically speaking.
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