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Mixing urban grooves with folk-pop melodies, Unspoken deliver a self-titled debut album that combines tracks from their 2013 EP with eight new tunes. The Christian quartet’s accessible, radio-friendly sound invites comparisons with Newworldson (for the rootsy underpinnings) and Jimmy Needham (for a supple R&B feel). What gives the band’s music its own character is an intimate scale and sincerity. Lead singer Chad Mattson never preaches down to his listeners—there’s a humble Everyman quality to his vocals that suggests a friend sharing the Word over a cup of coffee. “Who You Are” and “Call It Grace” find him hinting at his own struggles as he celebrates the hope of redemption. The summery “In Your Hands” and the stirring “Lift My Life Up” are worship songs that emphasize personal testimony over sonic melodrama. As an ensemble, Unspoken do well with light shuffle rhythms (“Walking Away”) and airy pop tunes with hip-hop accents (“Good Fight”). The standout here is “Bury the Workman,” a bluesy track recounting the struggles of believers through the ages in the mode of a classic spiritual.

Customer Reviews

5+ stars!

I love Unspoken! I think they are one of my new favorite all-guy bands.
I love every song especially, "Tomorrow", "Lift My Life Up", "In Your Hands", "Good Fight".. Okay, pretty much every song :) buy this cd! It's awesome & encouraging.

A great album with a strong message

I've been listening to Unspoken's music for a while now and am so glad they have a full album out now. In this album they took some of their best songs and added a few beautiful new ones.

From the upbeat, releasing songs "Walking Away" & "Tomorrow", to the deep, powerful tones of "Bury the Workman" they hold to the message of salvation, told first so long ago, and add a fresh touch that helps spread it to new people.

I for one love this album and can't wait to see what they come up with next.


Great music, great talent, and above all great message! These guys know what's up!


Genre: Christian & Gospel

Christian rock band Unspoken features guitarist Mike Gomez, multi-instrumentalist Jon Lowry, vocalist Chad Mattson, and drummer Ariel Munoz. Mattson met Gomez while on a missionary trip in the Dominican Republic. Back in the U.S., the two musicians summoned Mattson's childhood friend Lowry, and Munoz was added after he and the trio crossed paths at a Nashville talent contest. Signed to the Centricity label, Unspoken debuted in 2012 with the single "Who You Are," which peaked at number 11 on Billboard's...
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