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Nothing but a great band sharing God's love

Christian music can get the stereotype if being dull, complacent, slow and boring; I think All Things New has a little something to say about that! A great band with AMAZING vocals praising and teaching the love, power, and mercy of God! LOVE IT!!!!

Incredible...GET IT!!!

This album is so REAL. The lead singer and the band write songs that are real and have meaning. Its not "fluff", but the songs are salted with the Gospel. "Keep On My Knees" convicted me, and I believe they are not afraid of writing songs that will convict hearts. If you have money go get this album!

Love them so so much!!!

Such a powerful album. The do an awesome job of take a popular sound and really give it a unique feel. Great job!!

Biography

Formed: Orlando, FL

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '10s

Based out of Orlando, Florida and specializing in an ardent blend of life-affirming, radio-ready pop, homespun folk, and evocative Southern Americana that falls somewhere between the soulful mainstream rock of NEEDTOBREATHE and Building 429, and the stirring acoustic alchemy of Mumford & Sons, CCM quartet All Things New, who took their name from a passage in 2 Corinthians 5:17, formed in 2011 around the talents of Garrett Hornbuckle, Jeff Stein, Luke Wycuff, and Joshua Schou. The...
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