10 Songs, 30 Minutes


Rock anthems stripped down to the essential element: faith.


Rock anthems stripped down to the essential element: faith.


Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5

10 Ratings

10 Ratings

If You Enjoyed The Last Album, You'll LOVE This One!


I got this album early for helping them fundraise during their Patreon. I've had the album for a little bit now, but decided I needed to wait until I listened to the entire thing a few times before writing a review.

As the title of this review says, if you enjoyed the last album you'll absolutely adore this one. I've been a fan since I saw them a year and a half ago, and they've been one of my favorite bands ever since. Their first album was great, but this album is even better. You can tell how much they've grown as musicians, people, and followers of Christ in the time in between albums. As a musician myself, I tend to pick apart music without even realizing I'm doing so, and this album has surpassed my expectations.

Every single track is great and I will likely put them all repeat constantly. Some songs have me dancing, some give me chills, and some make me stop and think about how amazing our God is. The tracks have a lot of variety in them, they don't all sound the same like some artists which is something I really appreciate. Overall this album is really well done in every aspect and I'm so glad they got to record it! Definitely worth the money and the wait!



I LOVED Born to live. Taking Back and a few other songs are really good here, but I was hoping for more. This album is ok, but overall it feels a little too unoriginal and radio ready.

Just awesome


Loved everything about this album.

About About A Mile

Mixing praise & worship themes with '90s guitar rock, and borrowing a few tricks from 21st century urban pop, About a Mile is a Christian rock band perfectly capable of bringing its musical ministry onto secular playlists without creating the blink of an eye. Formed in Pennsylvania by brothers Adam Klutinoty (guitar and vocals), Levi Klutinoty (drums), and Luke Klutinoty (bass), the band (so named because it was said that Jesus carried his cross "about a mile") caught the attention of Dove Award-winning producer and songwriter Ian Eskelin, who took the brothers into a studio, along with producer Howard Benson, to record a radio-ready self-titled debut album in 2014, led by the single "Satisfied." ~ Steve Leggett



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