The Neverclaim: ‘The Joy’ album review
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The Neverclaim: ‘The Joy’ album review

The Neverclaim’s new indie pop-rock album, The Joy, reminds listeners that, through Christ, true joy can be found amidst the ups and downs of life. “Almost every song on this new project is centered around the joy of the Lord as our strength,” says front man Jeremiah Carlson. The band leader worked alongside mates Chuck Hill (bass), Mitchell Maldonado (guitar/keys), and Beji George (drums) to create songs such as the upbeat medley “Our God Wins,” the celebratory ode “Through Christ,” and the rock-infused title track. The band’s pop-rock style is fresh, energetic, and compelling—filled with songs that fans will want to listen to time and again.


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Rebekah Bell

I grew up on a farm in Kansas surrounded by wind-whipped wheat fields and breathtaking sunsets. As a child, I loved telling stories more than anything in the world, whether that meant filling countless notebooks with anecdotes or entertaining my family with humorous tidbits. I furthered my love for storytelling by studying film in college. Today, I work as a writer and speak on the side.

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