Singer/songwriter Mallary Hope has announced her debut full-length project, Out Of My Hands, set to release Apr. 26. Hope’s first-ever full-length project, the seventeen-track album sees the Georgia native in her rawest form, with themes of identity and self-worth woven throughout each inspired song.
“Our worth and identity are not rooted in what we do,” said Hope. “Our worth and identity are rooted in God and who He created us to be.”
The debut also includes Hope’s hit track, “Me,” which released earlier this fall. Inspired by the singer’s own desire to abandon the notion of perfection, the empowering anthem has garnered over one million combined views and streams since its release and continues to resonate with listeners.
“‘Me’ is a special reminder, even for myself, that I don’t have to change who I am or conform to the world to fit in. I am loved and am enough just the way I am,” shares Hope. “It’s easy to forget the beauty God created us for. I want this song to remind people of that beauty and to feel encouraged that ‘it’s okay to be me.’”
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About Mallary Hope: Singer/songwriter Mallary Hope is a Georgia native who began her career writing songs for some of the biggest names in country music including Faith Hill, Lauren Alaina, Danny Gokey and Jana Kramer. It was during her first pregnancy that Mallary had a catalytic moment and felt a calling to use her gifts and her own voice to tell others about God’s love. Since then, she has sung her songs for thousands, sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in Christian Music on the Winter Jam Tour this past year.
Hope’s latest, Out Of My Hands is set to release Apr. 26.