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Redbird (Independent) FOR FANS OF: Brandon Heath, NEEDTOBREATHE, Jon Foreman QQQQ
Formulaic radio singles substantiated Barfield’s first decade in music. But
Redbird presents a seemingly more authentic chapter for the thoughtful singer-songwriter. Barfield’s able Americana/ songwriter-Country evolution— thanks in part to production and co-writes with Wayne Kirkpatrick, NeeDToBReATHe and Bryan White—blends his rugged baritone with roots tracks and his signature verses perfectly.
WE LIKE: “The Last Try”
Run (Sparrow) FOR FANS OF: The Afters, Tenth Avenue North, MercyMe QQQQ
For well over the past decade, Sanctus Real’s been a forerunner on both
the charts and critics’ radars, which is a trend that certainly continues throughout its sixth long player, Run. The guys seek to encourage listeners going through a test of any nature with encouraging, empathetic lyrics of healing and hope.
WE LIKE: “Promises”
Reckless (Tooth & Nail) FOR FANS OF: Casting Crowns, Building 429
QQQ Jeremy Camp has enjoyed such rare
longevity in the
music business for good reason: his ability to
consistently connect with a large audience. The pop/rock anthems on Reckless, the Indiana native’s latest, resonate like his many hits to date, and fans should instantly swarm to new tunes like “My God” and the title track.
WE LIKE: “My God”
The acoustic sessions
(Provident Label Group) FOR FANS OF: MercyMe,
If you’ve ever seen Casting Crowns in concert, you know their show is heartfelt
and impressive. These acoustic versions of some of their biggest hits (like “east To West”) capture the essence of who they are, particularly on the stunning, poignant arrangement of “Somewhere In The Middle.”
–Grace S. Aspinwall
WE LIKE: “Somewhere In The Middle”