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CCM: How would you describe the group’s style and sound?
Jeremy Spring (frontman): We are a Christian band, but we
don’t listen to many Christian artists. In a generic sense, we play
rock music with hints of dance and indie ﬂ air here and there.
CCM: What is your overall mission as a band?
Spring: It’s always been to connect with people by
writing songs that we want to write. There are plenty of
“band guys” out there already. We
are intentionally trying to break
that mold and really build solid
relationships across the country.
CCM: What are you looking forward
to most about warmer weather
Spring: We play a lot of disc golf as a
band. It’s free, and there are courses
in every city!
CCM: What’s your fondest
memory of spring break when
you were growing up?
Spring: Probably sleeping in. Spring break was always just
a taste of the three-month break to come.
CCM: Does the band have any spring break plans, and if
not, how about spring touring plans?
Spring: We’re going to Ecuador in March with Compassion
International. After that, I’m sure we’ll be back on the road
during spring break.
FRESH FACES By Andy Argyrakis
Your guide to the newest acts in Christian music
DEBUT: We’re All Going Somewhere (Gotee)
RELEASE DATE: Available Now
FOR FANS OF: Phoenix, Friendly Fires, The Fray
FUN FACT: This project was produced by Mark Lee
Townsend, who’s also known for his work with
Relient K and House of Heroes, among others.
Photo by Ethan Luck