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Eitan Freilich Is Back With A Second Album

Eitan Freilich Is Back With A Second Album

Eitan Freilich has just released his second album entitled ‘Yavo Shalom’. After years of performing live in Simcha’s and Concerts, Eitan continues to record and compose beautiful songs which rely on strong concepts and meanings, as well as heartwarming vocals. He says: “My father would encourage our family to travel. He said it’s the best form of education one can get.

Only now, as I travel across the world to sing and perform, do I appreciate this wisdom. And as I meet people and communities across the world, young and old, traditional and modern, I see how music transcends our differences and unites our souls as one Jewish nation. But aside from these moments, we can all too often descend into discord as we let our differences divide us.”

Eitan Freilich adds: “This new album, Yavo Shalom, is a call for unity, and a plea for peace. If we join together in singing a new song to Hashem, peace will come. If we serve Hashem with joy, peace will come. If the music of unity inspires us to actively seek out unity, peace will come. It’s time to beat the drum of unity, and let music march us towards the peace yet to come.”

The new album is set to be a groundbreaking masterpiece from Eitan Freilich featuring compositions from Yitzy Waldner, Ari Goldwag and Elie Schwab with arrangements from Ian Freitor, Eli Klein & Yitzy Berry. The album is distributed by Nigun Music and is available worldwide via digital download.

Here is a full song off the new album titled “Shiru Lashem”



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