With upcoming dates on the Winter Jam Tour alongside Matthew West and for KING & COUNTRY, plus an early release for Lifeway Christian Stores, momentum continues to build for the worldwide physical release of Stars Go Dim’s first project for Fervent Records. The group’s self-titled offering juggles between soulful pop, modern rock and contemporary praise, often times employing massive harmonies and arena-worthy production. It’s a super slick, Christian living-focused affair that’s fairly infectious at every turn, even if some of the lyrics and arrangements lean towards the generic side. Nonetheless, Stars Go Dim are unquestionably passionate about their faith and should have no trouble continuing to make strides at radio, while more anthemic songs such as “Alive In You,” “Stars” and “24/7” are sure to burst even more on stage.
Stars Go Dim – ‘Stars Go Dim’ album review
3.5 Overall Score