11 Songs, 34 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings
16 Ratings

Their best yet. So good.

Been following this young couple since their start and their steady growth culminates in this absolutely fabulous album. This is not your run-of-the-mill CCM album. This is musically creative, lyrically deep and rich, and the production is fabulous. Get it and be fed and encouraged. Well done Dave & Licia.

Frances Appel

Really beautiful.

A long time coming and worth the wait. The vocals and overall production are stellar. Well done.


Keep getting better

I have followed this duo since their first album, and supportedeach Kickstarter project. Every album keeps getting better. Youwon't be disappointed here.

About The Gray Havens

Christian act the Gray Havens merge earthy indie folk with lush elements of pop/rock and strong faith-based narratives. Since debuting in 2013, the husband-and-wife duo Dave and Licia Radford have developed a reputation for soaring, emotional arrangements on albums like 2015's Fire and Stone and 2016's Ghost of a King.

The two singers met during a mission trip to British Columbia and married in 2012. Then based out of Crystal Lake, Illinois, they began recording together as the Gray Havens later that year, releasing their first EP, Where Eyes Don't Go, in early 2013. Following a move to Nashville, they worked with producer Mitch Dane (JJ Heller, Brandon Heath) to record their ambitious full-length debut, Fire and Stone, in 2015. The dramatic arrangements and large-scale production also featured guest appearances from Jars of Clay member Stephen Mason and Tyler Somers of the duo Jenny & Tyler.

Their 2016 follow-up, Ghost of a King, followed a similar trajectory and yielded a live companion album, Ghost of a King (Live), a year later. In 2018, the Gray Havens began to release a series of new singles, including the bright synth rock ballad "Forever" and the more acoustic "Storehouse."

Crystal Lake, IL