Steph Macleod is singer songwriter and worship leader based in Scotland, UK. His critically acclaimed debut album ‘Light In The Darkest Of Nights’ was released in 2010 and is currently working on his third studio album. “I have a passion for God and for people. It’s my hope that the songs I write will bring them closer together.” Steph shares the hope he found in Jesus Christ through word and song all over the world, and draws inspiration from his lived experiences and freedom from homelessness and addiction. He is committed to sharing the Gospel and the power of God’s saving grace. Steph’s music has featured regularly on BBC Radio 2, BBC Songs of Praise, UCB, and he performs and leads worship regularly. He also has a passion for mentoring the next generation of young Christian musicians and is an activist for mental health awareness. He has toured and performed with Mike Farris, Nathan Jess, Chris McClarney (Jesus Culture), The Humming People, and supported artists like Matt Redman, The Rend Collective, and Martin Smith. Steph has recently become part of the new Scottish worship ministry ‘The Second Mile Society’; a group of professional Scottish musicians who want to glorify God with the music they love so much. Mhairi Marwick (Fiddle), Scott Wood (Bagpipes & Whistle), Naomi Stirrat (Vocals), Chris Amer (Guitar), Gus Stirrat (Bass), Neil Paton (Drums). The Second Mile Society, whose name is inspired by Matthew 5:41, are driven by the passion to go further for others by lifting up the name of Jesus in praise with a mixture of traditional and contemporary worship infused with a Scottish celtic sound.