Selah Releases the Hymn-Like "Yet Not I But Through Christ in Me" June 12


CCM veterans Selah are releasing their brand new single this Friday, June 12. Taken from their latest album, Firm Foundation, 'Yet Not I But Through Christ in Me' sounds like a new, old hymn-something the church will be singing for a long time.  

Selah are seasoned musicians who have been active for the past 22 years. They are known for embracing an eclectic array of genres in their worship - from gospel and folk to bluegrass and pop. 


Selah is comprised of Todd Smith, Amy Perry and Alan Hall. In their two-decade career, the trio has achieved more than four million units in music sales and received eight Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, a Gold-certified album, and eight No. 1 singles. Selah is known for their signature vocal harmonies and unmatched musical talent, their passion for ministry and their deep love for the Church. A few of the group's signature hits include, "You Raise Me Up," "Wonderful, Merciful Savior," and "You Amaze Us."

Smith, Hall and Perry together have graced stages like Carnegie Hall, Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium, and the Grand Ole Opry, while touring with such artists as Casting Crowns, Point of Grace, Steven Curtis Chapman, Natalie Grant, Michael W. Smith and more. Selah's hope and prayer has always been for their music to carry a message of hope and healing, share the gospel of Jesus, and ultimately point people to the love of God. 

For more information about Selah and their new album Firm Foundation, visit their website at




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