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Album Review ~The Rush & The Roar by We Are Leo

Category

Religious/Christian

Genre

Pop/Rock

Release Date

May 26, 2017

Rating

3.5 Stars

Review


The Rush & The Roar opens with Dimensions, a pop-rockish song that reveals the enthusiasm of We Are Leo, setting a joyful and faith-filled tone for the rest of the album. The Rush & The Roar is a testimony of God’s goodness and how these men have responded to the resounding love of God, even inviting others to join in the faith and the party! This is an album without apology in expressing faith in the living God!

About We Are Leo


Hopeful & fun, WE ARE LEO is the latest in heartfelt, creative, cutting-edge Christian music. With a lyrical depth and refreshing originality, WE ARE LEO sings about God’s love and finding hope in the everyday. Their unique way of expressing their faith inspires teens and young adults around the world, helping them find emotional healing, overcome depression, and come to a stronger faith in Christ. WE ARE LEO started seven years ago in Kenosha, WI when Starbucks barista & part-time missionary, David Duffield, and his brother, graphic designer & youth leader, Jonny Duffield, built a make-shift recording studio and started cranking out rough, but passionate demos. They soon teamed up with worship leader/guitarist, Doug Weier, and eventually, guitarist, John Panzer, to meld their music, style and message into a synth-driven, pop-rock band with up-front guitars & contagious, upbeat hooks. WE ARE LEO states: “We believe that through these songs, young people will find hope, life and joy. We believe chains will be broken. We’re fighting back against depression, doubt, apathy & addiction with the truth and love of Christ. We know that we live in a broken world but we know we don’t have to let the failures and lies keep us down. This is music for those who want to live life to the fullest. It’s for the dreamers, the believers; it’s for the broken and the lonely who want to believe that broken hearts can find healing, and it’s music for everyone who refuses to give up despite overwhelming odds.”

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