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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

110 Ratings

The love that sought me!

Bobby Jones,

Gives me chills of excitement and humbles my heart at the same time.

Absolutely amazing album.

Redfield70x7,

This self-titled album by Citizens not only marks their first full length, but a triumph in a land of uninspired Christian music.

Citizens is about half and half originals and remakes of old hymns, and the band absolutely shines in both. Their indie rock style, mixed with meaningful lyrics, results in a fresh sound that has been long needed. Zach Bolen's vocals are the real prize here, but it doesn't stop with him. The band's talent shows in the driving drum beats, catchy and "extremely good sounding" bass melodies, and unique guitar riffs. Not to mention the rawness of the album that adds to the uniqueness of this band.

The power and emotion in these tracks is heard and adds to the depth of the album and, more importantly, the meaning behind it all. Jesus is worthy of all praise and admiration, and no doubt, Citizens makes that known.

If you love amazing music. If you like catchy songs, and songs that you can sing to over and over and over again, look no further. This album rocks.

About Citizens & Saints

The flagship artist for Seattle, Washington-based Reformed Christian megachurch Mars Hill, Citizens & Saints formed in 2011 under the moniker Citizens around the talents of Deacon Zach Bolen, Tom McConnell, Nate Garvey, Nathaniel Furtado, Adam Skatula, and Bryce Covert. Specializing in a high-energy brand of radio-ready alternative CCM that blended the inclusive, faith-based pop acumen of Jars of Clay and David Crowder Band with the raw emotional intensity of Kings of Leon and Passion Pit, the group issued its eponymous debut long-player through BEC Recordings in 2013. The following year saw the band change its name to Citizens & Saints and release Join the Triumph. A Mirror Dimly, the band's third studio long-player, dropped in 2016. ~ James Christopher Monger

  • ORIGIN
    Seattle, WA

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