Newly signed to Capitol CMG, We the Kingdom features members of the Cash family, most notably Ed Cash, who is an accomplished producer (Bethel, Chris Tomlin, NeedtoBreathe, Crowder, Phil Wickham) and noted songwriter whose credits include How Great is Our God, Red Letters, Jesus Messiah, Whom Shall I Fear, All My Hope and many others. We The Kingdom's sound is a unique blend of worship, vulnerability and grit that points people to a transforming experience with Jesus.
  Their first single Holy Water, is currently in Billboard's CCM top 5.
  "The heart of We The Kingdom is to create music that candidly tells how God reached into the middle of our brokenness, and drew us into His story of redemption," says the group.
  "Songs of testimony and worship have been a healing salve for us. We want to share our journey with others with the hope that God will use that as a catalyst for healing in others. Our heart's desire is to see captives set free, relationships restored, and people brought to the Cross. We pray that God would sew the thread of His promises through the stories of each song we write, and weave together a tapestry that points straight to the great love of Jesus."

  Based in Nashville, We The Kingdom is a multigenerational family of musicians, including producers and songwriters Ed and Scott Cash, Franni Rae Cash, Martin Cash and Andrew Bergthold.

  We The Kingdom members have contributed behind-the-scenes on songs that are sung around the world, and now they are ready to tell their own story, firsthand.

  Their sound is a blend of worship, vulnerability, and grit that is birthed out of decades of musical influences and a shared difficult experience that brought them together as a band. Their debut EP Live At The Wheelhouse released in October 2019 and includes the top 10 song "Holy Water."

  "One of the things that really, I think, unifies us all musically is we're all worshipers," said Ed. "With that unified heart, the musical styles that we all have I think they all come together and collide in the common heart of worship."

  "The heart of We The Kingdom is to create music that candidly tells how God reached into the middle of our brokenness, and drew us into His story of redemption. Songs of testimony and worship have been a healing salve for us. We want to share our journey with others with the hope that God will use that as a catalyst for healing in others."

  The name for group comes from the idea that the kingdom of God is not merely referring to heaven or the power of God or his angles. The kingdom of God is here among us. After all, what is a kingdom without it's people. God has called us to big things, great and mighty things, that we can't even begin to imagine.