Switchfoot will be releasing a new version of their song "Voices" on Friday November 8, a version featuring violinist Lindsey Stirling. The song will debut with a music video, set to premiere at 9:00 a.m. PST on Lindsey Stirling's YouTube channel.
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.
Switchfoot’s Native Tongue tour stopped in Nashville on a rainy night in February. It was close enough to the beginning of the tour that everyone was a little giddy; after all, a year earlier, the future of Switchfoot had seemed deeply uncertain as they entered a hiatus. Now we had a brand new album and [...]
After thanking fans for the experience of the recently wrapped Native Tongue tour, Switchfoot shared how often they heard from fans that they wanted more-- more time, more songs, more stories. So Switchfoot plans to deliver exactly that.
Switchfoot has solidified their place in the music world over the course of eleven albums after first becoming household name with the anthems “Meant to Live” and “Dare You to Move.” One might think that with a career spanning 23 years they would be locked into a sound and not pushing boundaries. Switchfoot however has [...]
Photos of Switchfoot performing on the Native Tongue tour, shot by Mary Nikkel.
Jon Foreman, lead singer of Switchfoot, is mailing one of his own shirts to a dedicated fan who devoted the entire month of February to wearing a different Switchfoot shirt every day.
The excitement for the January 2019 release of Switchfoot's latest project Native Tongue continues to build. On November 16, the band released up-tempo alternative rocker "Voices" as the second single for the project.
Switchfoot has finally broken a year of silence with "Native Tongue," a thundering anthem of a song that reminds us who Switchfoot is-- and maybe who we are too in the process.