12 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
58 Ratings

58 Ratings

GamerRage ,

Fantabulastical Album

I have been waiting so long for a Christian band that isn’t super cheesy and obnoxious, and it finally comes along with this album. The songs are amazing and meaningful with still feel. as a stand out joy (which bears no resemblance to Alex Clare’s Too close “the yeeting cow”). The band is amazing, and I eagerly await their albums to come. Good job guys, keep it up.

notawriter ,

Awesome album, always confused about some midperspectives

This album is everything I would have wanted it to be. Great listen front to end, no desire to skip a track. I am so curious though, particularly when one likes an artist to the degree of reviewing, as I believe if it’s written it is part of the emotional angle to connecting to the music... This is NOT a Christian band. I’ve heard people discuss it before, I’ve seen it in a review, because the singer was raised Christian has no relevance. Spending your youth hearing religious themed teachings inevitably will travel into lyrics, but in now way makes a band that one dimensional. As a musician I just encourage those who want to believe a band can be defined by a religion or anything similar, make sure the true affinity for them is not due to that, because I’ve learned often folks say a band is “x” or “y” or “z” because they want them to be and automatically are thrilled because they think they connect, when the belief system of the band and main songwriters are in fact not in sync. The name of the band itself is based on religious feelings of Sigmund Freud (born Jewish and became atheist) and Carl Jung (believed religion was Universal amongst and between essentially all of them). Rambling, but not a Christian band, tired of hearing I researched comments about these guys.

Lonxekskndjx ,

You misspelled “with”

Great album, but the song “Ice cold (with Kimbra)” is actually spelled “Ice cold (wtih Kimbra)” you might want to fix that

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