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Editors’ Notes

Satellites and Sirens serve up a kind of cheeky, hyperactive Christian pop normally associated with blazing guitars—except this quartet relies on synthesizers to define their sound. The Nashville band’s sophomore album, Frequency, is a frothy but faith-centered work that bristles with driving tempos and big shout-along choruses. Singer Geoff Hunker delivers the songs with an infectious eagerness, swept along by the galloping pace of tracks like “Make a Mess,” “Let It Go," and the title number. The funkified groove of “Black Sheep” (a readymade youth anthem) and the sweet melodic sway of “Awkward” help anchor the album’s general bounciness. “Take My Hand” swirls with electronica washes, achieving a shimmering glow. Beyond the buoyancy of their music, S&S stand out for their skill at injecting serious spiritual themes into even their giddiest tunes—“Makeup,” for instance, offers a compassionate message to those beaten down by the everyday world. Praise songs like “Run to You” reaffirm the band’s convictions amid the throbbing beats and bleeps.

Customer Reviews

Happily Supprised

I've been a big fan of Satellites & Sirens since their debut, and I have to say they did a great job with the follow up. It's thoughtful, insanely catchy, and a great album overall. If you've been looking for something new and different, look no further. This album will be playing on your iPod a LOT.

Top Alt-Rock Album of 2011

S&S list as their musical influences: Jimmy Eat World, The Killers, 80's Music. They are a fantastic blend of those awesome music styles and with this album they have become my favorite Christian alternative rock band. "Frequency" is my top alternative rock album of the year from both the Christian and mainstream music markets.


These guys played a benefit show I was organizing a few years back. No on had heard of them (yet) but all I kept hearing was "Wow where did yall find these guys" and "Man they're good". This album takes that to a whole new level. Buy it. If you don't have ten bucks, work some overtime. It is well worth it!

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