Switchfoot presented the tour as a way to thank their fans for more than 20 years of music. Really, it also ultimately served as proof of why this group can easily fill out auditoriums after over two decades. The songs cast a little light on the things that survive the shipwrecks, the things that outlast the storms: love, hope, redemption, melody, community. The resilience of those things through all the worst chapters we live is truly a joy invincible.
This review originally appeared on NewReleaseToday.com. The second installment of Jon Foreman's 4 EP, 24 song series is titled Shadows. Jon has said of this set "these six songs are to accompany the end of the day-- the light is fading, the darkness is growing and the night is almost here." Musically, the shift in [...]
This review originally appeared on NewReleaseToday.com. Jon Foreman, the unassuming surfer frontman of renowned alt rock band Switchfoot, has been in the spotlight since the band's formation nearly two decades ago. After he had already established his voice as one of unconventionally honest spirituality, a trademark that won Switchfoot one of the most genuinely successful [...]
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