10 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The title has two meanings: Following the departure of longtime frontman John James, Peter Furler got up from the drummer’s stool to become the Newsboys’ new singer, and his natural charisma defined the group’s second golden age. Then again, the album is also a call for believers to be bold in their evangelism, something these 10 songs capture with the usual Newsboys quirkiness. Highlights include the soaring ballad “Entertaining Angels,” the strobe-light beat of “Hallelujah,” and the sing-along opener, “Whoohoo,” sung by bassist Phil Joel.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The title has two meanings: Following the departure of longtime frontman John James, Peter Furler got up from the drummer’s stool to become the Newsboys’ new singer, and his natural charisma defined the group’s second golden age. Then again, the album is also a call for believers to be bold in their evangelism, something these 10 songs capture with the usual Newsboys quirkiness. Highlights include the soaring ballad “Entertaining Angels,” the strobe-light beat of “Hallelujah,” and the sing-along opener, “Whoohoo,” sung by bassist Phil Joel.

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