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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

42 Ratings

Loved their old sound


Take It All Back is the only good song on the album. I don't understand why they had to change their original sound. Not a fan of this new pop crap they are trying to pull off.

Cutting edge


IMHO, these guys are on the cutting edge of music, blending folk, hip hop and rock n'roll. Love the sound of the banjo and mandolin combined with modern hop/rock beats. Did some research on em and they're still not signed on to a label, so they aren't being pressured into changing their sound mainstream. My personal favorites are Suit n Jacket, Green Eyes, Going to Mars, Stolkholm, and of course, Take it All Back. Inspirational lyrics, creative, high energy, REAL musicians.

About Judah & The Lion

Judah & the Lion are a folk-pop trio based in Nashville, Tennessee. Singer/guitarist Judah Akers met mandolinist Brian Macdonald and banjo player Nate Zuercher through mutual friends and the three began playing together in late 2011. Initially aligning themselves with the Christian music scene, their debut EP, First Fruits, was a worship-themed record that blended expansive folk and bluegrass with rich, old-timey harmonies. A year later, they returned with the more secular-oriented and pop-leaning Sweet Tennessee EP, which bore more of a resemblance to the uplifting nu-folk of Mumford & Sons and launched them into the Top 20 of the Billboard bluegrass and folk charts. Building on that momentum, they finally released their first full-length album, 2014's wistful Kids These Days, which rose to number four on Billboard's folk chart. For their follow-up, Judah & the Lion worked with producer Dave Cobb (Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell) to deliver 2016's Folk Hop n' Roll, an album that further blended their myriad influences from hip-hop to indie rock and folk. By the end of that year, their breakout single "Take It All Back" had reached number one on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart and they followed it up in February 2017 with a new single, "Suit and Jacket." ~ Timothy Monger

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