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Fusing dynamic electro-pop with fervent spiritual content, the Nashville-based quartet Veridia make their debut with a five-song EP that affirms positive Christian values to a relentless dance floor beat. Vocalist Deena Jakoub, drummer Kyle Levy, and guitarists Brandon Brown and Trevor Hinesley create music that recalls bands like Fireflight, Flyleaf, and Icon for Hire in its mix of aggression and uplift. Inseparable’s sound is sleek and throbbing, drizzled with day-glo synth effects and bursts of industrial clatter. “Disconnected” is a particularly infectious track, riding an unstoppable techno groove jazzed up with computer-game bells and whistles. Beyond their body-grabbing abilities, Veridia can offer reflections on empowerment and salvation with unexpected lyric subtlety. “Mechanical Planet” is the most Flyleaf-like track here, a dark commentary on materialism that doesn’t hesitate to confront the Enemy behind it all. Even more intriguing is “Mystery of the Invisible,” a capacious ballad that reaches out toward the unseen world with a pilgrim’s ecstatic rapture.

Customer Reviews

Something New & Fresh

Killer vocals and an edgy sound finally bringing something new to the CCM market! This band is one to watch!!

I Can't Wait For More

I came across Veridia here on iTunes by accident. I listened to the first few previews and took a leap of faith and just bought the whole thing. I have been listening to it on repeat ever since. I never write reviews but this album deserves one since I hope to hear much more from this band.

"We are the Brave" captures an energy that is hard to find in young Christian rock bands. I have been searching for someone to stand with the likes of Red and Skillet and I think we have it in this album.

The first track "We are the Brave" is anthemic but it dodges the cliche's that make up most Christian rock anthems, it has an emotion and a drive that is hard to find in a young band. The lyrical content is spot on and surprisingly relatable. It makes me want to rise up and face everything that would hold me back. The line, "a power strong enough to save is running through our veins," reminded me of the war we are in as Christians. It brought me back to BarlowGirl's "Love and War" in 2009 which was underrated in it's message and lyrics. This is my second favorite song on the album and I will probably be listening heavily to it for the rest of the year.

The second song "Disconnected" reminded me a little of Icon For Hire but I like the lyrical structure more than Icon For Hire's recent album. It has a message that is well displayed. I heard from another reviewer that it was about social media but I think it can apply to any generation with relational splits. I think that relationships are under heavy attack in the society we live in, divorce is more and more acceptable and people are constantly running each other down. We should be helping each other not destroying each other. That is what I got from the song, it is a well done song.

"Furious Love" was the song that really drew me to buy the whole thing. I have always thought songs about true beauty were overdone but this one captured an emotion that reminded me of my own struggles. It is very melodic and I found it being stuck in my head for days which was fine for me because I love songs that stay with me.

"Mechanical Planet" is my least favorite on the album, it reminds me too much of quite a few songs I've heard before but I still enjoy it because lyrically it is very strong. I think the message for this song is very important despite being a bit on the boring side musically. I loved the structure of the lyrics and the bridge is really powerful so even as the weakest musically it is an incredible listen.

"The Mystery of the Invisible" is my favorite song on the album. I had it on repeat after I bought the album before I had even really listened to the other songs. It reminds me so much of where my life is right now which touches my heart in a really strong way. It is so beautiful musically, I got chills listening to it the first time. I can't put into words how I feel about this song but if you listen to nothing else at least give this one a try. My favorite lyric, "we are living an epic tale, restoring of those who fell."

So overall I think Veridia's lyrical content is what drew me in the most about the album. I love the melodies and the production but I think people will not find them groundbreaking unless they really take the time to hear the messages in each of the songs. They are powerful and on point to what it is like to be a Christian in this day and age. Take the time to listen to these songs and support this band, I don't want to see them vanish like so many other new Christian rock bands who don't get much of a chance because no one knew much about them. Word records seriously needs to promote them everywhere because this is the kind of thing the church needs to hear now. I can't wait for a full album somewhere down the line.


I was introduced to Veridia from the Ramsey video channel. I love the single and can't wait to hear the rest of the album!


Formed: 2013 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Boasting a big, lush sound that incorporates glitchy electronics and soaring alt-rock, Nashville's VERIDIA have risen quickly since forming in 2013. Dallas natives Deena Jakoub (vocals) and Brandon Brown (guitar) relocated to Nashville after disbanding their former group Don't Wake Aislin. There they recruited guitarist Trevor Hinesley and drummer Kyle Levy and began gigging locally and inserting...
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  • $3.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: Feb 25, 2014

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