Laura McElroy has put together an excellent narrative-album that explores life in all it offers: the good, bad, and indifferent. There's a sense of tranquility that can be felt while listening, almost as if it is providing rest for the listener.
This self-titled album is proof that this band knows what it is doing— even when they're trying new things, they do it with control and consistency.
In this week's edition of the Pure Rock Report, we explore some of the pop songs you might have missed in 2019. Make sure to sign up to get the PRR directly in your inbox at http://bit.ly/PRRSignUp!
In this week's edition of the Pure Rock Report, we take a look at rock songs you may have missed in 2019!
Billboard originally reported this week that Colton Dixon had switched record labels to Atlantic Records. Dixon was originally on Sparrow Records (a division of Capitol) after his American Idol run, but has decided to make the move to Atlantic Records while being mentored and guided by Skillet's John and Korey Cooper. Colton will be on the Cooper's label imprint, Hear It Loud.
Christian pop rock band The Birdsongs have released new single "Reality," a precursor to their full length album The Journey: Act II; The War on September 6.
Jen Ledger is a guest artist on the latest remix project by Toby Mac. "Check out who's featured on track no. 1," she shared on the official Ledger Instagram page.
Living Scars announced their new album title, Above the Ashes, on May 4.
This week, Lacey Sturm launched the preorder for the Reflect Love Back Soundtrack, a group of songs birthed from the same devotional space that resulted in her Reflect Love Back study.
The 7th annual We Love Christian Music Awards is announcing their rock nominations early today in partnership with Rock On Purpose. The nominees for Rock Song of the Year and The Amp Award (Rock Album of the Year) were selected in partnership with Rock On Purpose's core staff.