11 Songs, 1 Hour 14 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The house band at Atlanta’s Grace Midtown Church, Housefires first gained notice for the much-covered worship song “Good Good Father,” included here in its laidback original version, along with 10 equally compelling tracks. “The Wick” is a prayer chanted over minimal instrumentation to surprising effect. Meanwhile, handclaps are used freely (just see “Unto Your Name”), and eight- or nine-minute songs are common, making it feel like you’ve stumbled onto a rousing rehearsal session. This unstructured intimacy only adds to Housefires’ appeal.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The house band at Atlanta’s Grace Midtown Church, Housefires first gained notice for the much-covered worship song “Good Good Father,” included here in its laidback original version, along with 10 equally compelling tracks. “The Wick” is a prayer chanted over minimal instrumentation to surprising effect. Meanwhile, handclaps are used freely (just see “Unto Your Name”), and eight- or nine-minute songs are common, making it feel like you’ve stumbled onto a rousing rehearsal session. This unstructured intimacy only adds to Housefires’ appeal.

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