10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The songs on The Gray Havens’ first full-length release have a visionary quality that’s both playful and enraptured. Fire and Stone frames the vocals of the husband-and-wife duo of Dave and Licia Radford in sparkling acoustic-centered arrangements bolstered by members of Jars of Clay and The Rhett Walker Band. From whimsical parables (“Jack and Jill, Pt. 2”) to dreamy waltzes (“If the Walls Move”) and exalted hosannas (“Far Kingdom”), the album stands out for its imaginative treatment of faith. Those seeking something different in Christian folk-pop will find Fire and Stone a refreshing and inspiring listen.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The songs on The Gray Havens’ first full-length release have a visionary quality that’s both playful and enraptured. Fire and Stone frames the vocals of the husband-and-wife duo of Dave and Licia Radford in sparkling acoustic-centered arrangements bolstered by members of Jars of Clay and The Rhett Walker Band. From whimsical parables (“Jack and Jill, Pt. 2”) to dreamy waltzes (“If the Walls Move”) and exalted hosannas (“Far Kingdom”), the album stands out for its imaginative treatment of faith. Those seeking something different in Christian folk-pop will find Fire and Stone a refreshing and inspiring listen.

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