11 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Brandon Heath’s No Turning Back unfolds like a spiritual journey, taking listeners from the opening invitation of “One Way to Heaven” through the folksy homecoming of “Sing Brave.” Along the way, the Christian singer/songwriter offers the sort of literate, unguarded lyrics and well-crafted pop/rock melodies that have typified his previous work. Upbeat anthems like the title number are complemented by acoustic-centered tracks like the sweet ‘n’ wry “Girl of My Dreams” and the wistfully nostalgic “When I Was Young.” Especially strong is “Everything Must Go,” a meditation on what truly matters in life.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Brandon Heath’s No Turning Back unfolds like a spiritual journey, taking listeners from the opening invitation of “One Way to Heaven” through the folksy homecoming of “Sing Brave.” Along the way, the Christian singer/songwriter offers the sort of literate, unguarded lyrics and well-crafted pop/rock melodies that have typified his previous work. Upbeat anthems like the title number are complemented by acoustic-centered tracks like the sweet ‘n’ wry “Girl of My Dreams” and the wistfully nostalgic “When I Was Young.” Especially strong is “Everything Must Go,” a meditation on what truly matters in life.

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