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Eleventyseven's fourth album, Sugarfist—a mix of newly recorded tracks and cuts from the Quota EP—takes an eclectic approach that shimmers with techno touches and rocks with a punky edge. Like fellow Christian pop/rockers Hawk Nelson and FM Static, Eleventyseven loves to poke fun and commiserate with the twentysomething crowd. This time out, lead singer Matt Langston displays his usual angst-ridden zest as he laments the daily grind (“Quota”), satirizes entertainment overload (“Milk the Lightning”), and offers sympathy for heartsick students (“College Girls”). Particularly pointed in its satire is “Wasted,” which likens the corporate church experience to the numbing effects of substance abuse. “Suburban Love” (a yearning number about romantic fantasy) and “Lonely” (a playful look at a believer’s fitful connection with God) are more subdued tunes awash in old-school synth textures. Vigorous power-pop workouts like “Don’t Want to Fall,” “Book of Secrets,” and “Divers in a Hurricane” deliver a sweet uplifting kick with a clean finish, sure to please Eleventyseven’s faithful fans.

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I have to give a hats off to eleventyseven. They sucessfully created their own album, recording and editing, the works. They did an amazing job. As a follower of the band since 2006 this is a cd you definatly should add to your collection. True most of the songs are off quota, but isnt that the way most bands do things? Anyways if you are planning on getting the physical copy, Id highly recommend it for the bonus tracks. Great job guys! Much Love Galacticagirl


This is so different from the other albums they have released. Yes, I get that they put the Quota EP on here as well, which seems dumb to some people, but later on many people will be thanking them for that. After all, it's much harder to find EPs as time goes on.

Anyhow, I've not gotten to buy all of the songs yet, as I am waiting for my pre-ordered copy to arrive so I don't completely buy the album twice (like I have the last three). Something about this album kind of shocks me. The song Give It Up left me thinking all day. The words to it strike home and make you think while the techno beat keeps you intrigued. Then Lonely has the affect that reflects deep thinking and serious solitude, something that absolutely shocks me. I love Eleventyseven but since their first album, their songs have been more light-hearted. This song, however, seems so much deeper.

It almost feels as if they have combined the techno beat from their last two albums with the deep lyrics from their first album. I would say this is their best album yet if it was possible to rank their albums. Each album is extremely unique in its own ways, and I feel like this album is a necessity.


I've been a fan of Eleventyseven since their Galactic Conquest days, right where they started changing their sound from Punk Rock to Synthpop. In my opinion, it was the best decision they made, since I love Synthpop, and their lyrics go GREAT together with their songs. Afterward, Adventures in Eville came out and Eleventyseven went a bit softer with the Synthpop, but it was still there (Not saying that it was a bad thing, I loved it, I'm trying to point out how their sound has evolved). Now, with this release, I think Eleventyseven has managed to perfectly blend their Synthpop sounds with Reggae, rock, and other genres in order to produce something FANTASTIC! This is by far my favorite Eleventyseven release, and I know they're only gonna get better from here!


Formed: Greenville, SC

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

South Carolina-based Christian punk-pop trio Eleventyseven formed during high school and consists of Matt Langston (vocals, guitar), Caleb Satterfield (bass), and Jonathan Stephens (drums). Within their first few years after forming, they had independently released one LP and a few EPs. With lyrics covering adolescent issues such as Internet relationships on MySpace, Eleventyseven's...
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