The Frye Family Band - Reclamation

Published Tuesday 15th September 2015
The Frye Family Band - Reclamation
The Frye Family Band - Reclamation

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 157872-23187
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Stephen Luff

This is the third release from this five piece family band from Indiana headed by father Tom. Contained here on this six track (Kickstarter backed) EP (including the bonus track "Completely Yours") are songs reflecting life and faith continuing in their Americana style. The project was produced by Stephen Gause, who has previously worked with Jars Of Clay and plays percussion amongst other instruments. Tom, who leads worship at Westchester United Methodist Church, was involved in the writing of all the songs here. Lyrically there has been a slight move from the family theme of their debut 'Under Indiana Lights' to a more gentle universal approach with a strong hooks. "All In" is an extremely catchy song with Maggie Frye on vocals. There are also powerful songs like "Song Of Hope" and "Broken Places" which is a reflection on our failings and contradictory actions. All in all, an impressive release.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Linda Peters in portland, In @ 04:54 on Sep 19 2015

Hey, I know AND love these guys! Fantastic family band and worshipers of Jesus Christ! Very nice article!

Posted by Terry Fennig in bryant IN @ 13:03 on Sep 18 2015

Love this ep and this family! Some of their best work to date and full of heart and soul.

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