Arden, North Carolina (March 15, 2024) — With a majestic orchestral flourish, the second Sonlite Records single from Sound Street centers its message right from the start, as the trio proclaims the chorus’s stirring final words, “God will move and mountains will fall.”

While Jaylie Vanderslice was front and center on the group’s debut, “Mountains Will Fall” finds her father, Jarrod, taking the leading vocal role as the orchestration subsides and the familiar strains of a Southern Gospel piano come to the fore:

When only a miracle can change what you face
And it looks like a mountain stands in your way
Remember the Master can do anything
And nothing is impossible for a child of the King

After the revelation of a first full chorus, the trio harmonies — father, daughter and family friend Ryan Bilby —persist through the confident lyric of the song’s second verse and into a crescendo of choruses that affirm the lyric’s elemental simplicity:

Mountains will fall into the sea
When we come to the Father with faith to believe
Heaven hears and answers each call
God will move and mountains will fall

“Throughout our life we are presented with trials and situations that seem insurmountable,” notes Jarrod Vanderslice. “‘Mountains Will Fall’ encourages us that nothing is impossible with God, and we will be fine because He is our Father and He cares for us. So no matter the size of your problem, trust God to move and those ‘Mountains Will Fall!’”

Listen to “Mountains Will Fall” HERE.

About Sound Street
Oklahoma-based trio Sound Street is Jarrod Vanderslice, his daughter Jaylie Vanderslice and long-time family friend Ryan Bilby.

Established in July of 2020, Sound Street has garnered the attention of southern gospel music fans and tastemakers alike. The trio was selected out of the Regional Artist Showcase to perform on the Main Stage during the National Quartet Convention in 2021 and was nominated in the top 10 for favorite new artist 2022’s Singing News Fan Awards. Their radio single “I’ll Take The Old Highway” peaked at #34 on SGNScoops Magazine’ Top 100 and “The Old Story” debuted at #67 on Singing News’ March 2022 chart.

Performing more than 80 dates a year, Sound Street has been inspiring and communicating the message of the Gospel through their music to all audiences.