6 February 2020
Steph Macleod is a Scottish singer-songwriter, worship leader and mental health awareness advocate from Scotland, UK. His music is rooted in the rough and raw experiences that led him to Christ; from broken family relationships to homelessness and addiction, Steph Macleod embodies the reality of God’s redemptive and boundless love. From his critically acclaimed debut album “Light In The Darkest Of Nights” (2010) to his latest release, “O Perfect Father” (2021), Steph creates a unique sonic experience by blending underlying folk tones with traditional and contemporary worship infused with Celtic melodies. Alongside dexterous guitar skills and a voice charged with emotion and depth, he pulls his audience into an intimate encounter with God, as the music reveals earthy sounds and heavenly narratives. With multiples released projects to date as well as extensive touring and collaborative experience with artists such as Celtic Worship, Nathan Jess, Chris McClarney (Jesus Culture), Matt Redman, The Humming People, Rend Collective and Martin Smith, Steph has been touching hearts around the world with the reaches of God’s saving grace. He has also regularly featured on BBC Radio 2, BBC Songs of Praise and UCB and has had the great honour of being involved with organisations such as Tearfund, IJM, Origin Scotland, Open Doors and The Bethany Christian Trust. He also launched his own podcast during the pandemic, “This Is My Story, This Is My Song”, a space dedicated to honest conversations about various life journeys towards faith, the role of creativity in hardships and mental health. Steph Macleod is part of the Integrity Music family.