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Album Review

Ironically, the Mississippi-based Christian rock band's claim that they don't advertise themselves as "some crazy, new thing" was precisely what made their debut album stand out. Wavorly didn't set out to change the world, and yet had they been just slightly more aspirational they may have been within a stone's throw of doing just that. Their mix of modern rock and religious imagery presented itself at best as reprieving a tired genre and, at a minimum, an enjoyable listen. the blend is equal parts Mae, Muse, the Killers, Panic at the Disco, and Red Jumpsuit Apparatus. Dave Stovall's vocal theatrics match the vivid landscape of C.S. Lewis' The Great Divorce, from which the band claims inspiration on at least two numbers ("Part One" and "Endless Day"). An entire layer of meaning exists under the surface for those who care to dig deeper into the band's messages of hope and reliance on a higher power. The single "Praise and Adore (Some Live Without It") is the most generic track, which is unfortunate considering potential fans may pass over this jewel of a band for something more striking. Listeners might be recaptured, however, if they catch wind of "Tale of the Dragon's Defeat," a self-contained epic that comes in under four minutes but has the makings of a full-length feature film. [An advance release is also floating around.]

Customer Reviews


I seriously don't know how this band isn't more well known. The guitar parts are heavy, the vocals are good and the lyrics are great. This album has many songs that blow me away and are some of my favorite songs ever. Madmen 10/10- awesome and super intense. Only wish it was longer
Forgive and Forget 10/10- super sick
Twenty Twenty 9/10
Stay with Me 9/10
Tale of the Dragon's Defeat 9/10
Those are just a few of my favorites. The entire album is honestly amazing. Plus they're Christian. You don't find too many Christian Bands that rock heavy without screaming and sound really good but Wavorly pulls it off. Their slower tracks (Praise and Adore & How Have We Come This Far) are really good too. Wish they would release another album or at least a couple singles

Why doesnt anybody know of this band??

If you like Saosin, secret and whisper, or others like that you will love this band. All the lyrics are deep and have meaning, and every song on here will rock your face off. GET IT!!!


I can listen to all the songs on this cd and not get tired of them.. enough said!

Conquering the Fear of Flight, Wavorly
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