In a world which increasingly feels like it’s falling apart and rife with division, Oh My God! It’s The Church are the sweet medicine your soul has been craving. Fronted by insane Pastor: The Right Reverend Michael Alabama Jackson, he and his wild collective combine to create a fresh live act which has taken the UK by storm, widely tipped to be the next breakthrough alternative artist. Whether gracing the Main Stages at the greatest music festivals on Earth (and in Heaven), saving souls at one of their infamous underground club nights or thrilling revellers at the most exclusive parties on the planet, Oh My God! It’s The Church are always the act everyone is talking about post event.
The Lord works in mysterious ways. Or so the saying goes, but there is nothing mysterious about the rise of the fabulously original entertainment phenomenon that is – Oh My God! It’s The Church. Since bursting onto the music scene in a blinding flash of light, they have quickly grown into one of the most sought after alternative entertainment acts around, performing to hundreds of thousands of ‘sinners’ across the world. Shaking off the shackles of dusty dogma, this vibrant and fabulously raucous music-comedy hybrid immerses their audience in the world of a leftfield Pentecostal church, where music is their religion and rock’n’roll is their saviour. The show has amassed rave press reviews in the UK and North America, sharing stages with the likes of Mark Ronson, IDLES and Madness, as well as achieving extensive radio play worldwide with their acclaimed original music.
The band was also the first to score 11/10 with a debut single on BBC Introducing’s New Music Revue, and subsequent singles have enjoyed wide airplay across the BBC, including several features and interviews on BBC6 Music. Having been likened to Tenacious D and Flight of the Conchords and Nominated as ‘Live Act of the Year’ by the AIF Festival Congress, this hugely entertaining act are starting to turn heads in the TV world too with several approaches for pilots about the Reverend and his Hail Marys and rumoured big screen adaptations on the horizon.