10 Songs, 36 Minutes


Their pop songs plug into a newfound electricity.


Their pop songs plug into a newfound electricity.


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

60 Ratings

60 Ratings

Timely tunes!

Uncle Rob from Russia

No better time than this particular election cycle to be reminded that we were made for more than this!! WE'RE GONNA LIVE ON FOREVER!!! Shout it from the rooftops!! Thanks Afters for such a timely and beautifully crafted message!

Shadows 👌🏼


I work at Hollister and I love listening to Shadows when it plays at work!! Also, Live on Forever is pretty cool as well, can't wait to have the whole album

generic, boring


easily their weakest album. "Battles" is, eh, okay, the rest of the songs aren't worth hearing more than once. They're obviously trying to sound like everybody on the radio (American Authors, OneRepublic, Imagine Dragons...). The Goo Goo Dolls have fallen victim to this their last couple albums too. Such a shame. They need to peel away all of the production shlock, and write some better songs.

About The Afters

Formed in 2000 by four Starbucks employees in Mesquite, TX, the Afters are an alternative CCM rock outfit originally known as Blisse. Under their original moniker, members Marc Dodd (drums), Matt Fuqua (guitar and vocals), Josh Havens (vocals and guitar), and Brad Wigg (bass and vocals) released an EP and an album (2001's When the World Is Wonderful) before finding out that there was another Blisse out there, and subsequently changed their name to the Afters. After making a name for themselves in the Dallas music scene, the Afters scored a deal with Epic and released their major-label debut in 2005, entitled I Wish We All Could Win. The album was a hit on the Christian charts, making it to the Top 25. In 2006, the band went back into the studio to record its follow-up, Never Going Back to OK, which was slated for release in February of 2008. ~ Chris True

Mesquite, TX




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