10 Songs, 43 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Balancing rustic warmth with arena-filling hooks, Carrollton’s Everything or Nothing* *is as comforting as a well-worn pair of jeans. “Glimpses” opens the album with acoustic guitar picking and burnished folk vibes, while “Shelter” and “Stand My Ground” are both catchy statements of praise and devotion. The rest of the songs fit somewhere on that spectrum, and are at once honest about hardship and sincere in their faith in Christ. Especially good is “Rebuilder,” a heartfelt ballad for a creator who can pick up the pieces of the most broken life, making everything new again.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Balancing rustic warmth with arena-filling hooks, Carrollton’s Everything or Nothing* *is as comforting as a well-worn pair of jeans. “Glimpses” opens the album with acoustic guitar picking and burnished folk vibes, while “Shelter” and “Stand My Ground” are both catchy statements of praise and devotion. The rest of the songs fit somewhere on that spectrum, and are at once honest about hardship and sincere in their faith in Christ. Especially good is “Rebuilder,” a heartfelt ballad for a creator who can pick up the pieces of the most broken life, making everything new again.

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