11 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Taking a break from his lead-vocalist duties with the Christian pop/rock unit Kutless, Jon Micah Sumrall gets personal on his first solo album. Faith & Family veers away from electric guitar-centric rock in favor of an acoustic sound dressed up with tasty daubs of cello, lap steel, and xylophone. More importantly, it gives Sumrall room to deliver praise to the Savior (“King & Savior,” “Psalm 56,” “Soul on Fire”) and offer pledges of marital devotion (“What I’m Trying to Say,” “How You Love Me,” “Picture”) with a heartfelt intimacy that’s sometimes obscured in Kutless’ more hard-charging moments.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Taking a break from his lead-vocalist duties with the Christian pop/rock unit Kutless, Jon Micah Sumrall gets personal on his first solo album. Faith & Family veers away from electric guitar-centric rock in favor of an acoustic sound dressed up with tasty daubs of cello, lap steel, and xylophone. More importantly, it gives Sumrall room to deliver praise to the Savior (“King & Savior,” “Psalm 56,” “Soul on Fire”) and offer pledges of marital devotion (“What I’m Trying to Say,” “How You Love Me,” “Picture”) with a heartfelt intimacy that’s sometimes obscured in Kutless’ more hard-charging moments.

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