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This album has inspired me so deeply that I am writing my very first review. Their music, journey, and ability to articulate complex thoughts are meeting deep and pain-filled needs in me right now. Lovely Broken is the all time greatest song I've ever heard in my entire life. Can't wait to soak in this music. Thank you.

Soul aches from Body

Flawlessly captures the vacuous reality of secular humanist and universalist thought. Gungor has boldly declared that self is god, that the universe is god, and that God and Jesus are fools to he pitied. Quite disheartened that Gungor has exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and has embraced a new "gospel" which really is no gospel at all. To be fair they still make a few interesting songs, albeit lyrically quite empty.

Profound, bold, and healing

I have been anticipating the final installment of Gungor’s “One Wild Life” trilogy since about a month after the second installment came out (it took me that long to stop listening to Spirit on repeat).

Body does not disappoint. Lyrically and instrumentally fresh and bold, Body perfectly completes the trilogy. One Wild Life is a profound and beautiful work of art which draws the listener in, meets them in their brokenness and doubts, and then points to the light which inevitably comes at the end of every dark night.


Genre: Alternative

Gungor are a baroque pop, folk, and experimental rock-influenced collective centered on the husband-and-wife duo of Michael and Lisa Gungor. Although Gungor grew out of a Christian musical background and have often included spiritual concepts in their music, they do not consider themselves a CCM band. Raised in Wisconsin, Michael spent his formative years leading worship services with his pastor father. He attended Oral Roberts University (where he first met fellow musician Lisa) and later studied...
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