Seven Places weigh in with 'Hear Us Say Jesus' album.

OREGON-based rock back Seven Places are creating a buzz with their new album 'Hear Us Say Jesus' for BEC Recordings. The project was produced by Aaron Sprinkle and is the follow up to the group's critically acclaimed 'Lonely For The Last Time' album. The band's lead singer Seth Gilbert explained the origin of Seven Places' name: "Our name is about the seven places Jesus Christ bled from to save us from our sins. His hands cover the sinful things we've done with our hands. He feet cover the places of sin we've walked. His back covers all the times we've turned our back on him and his side, which is really from his heart, allows our hardened hearts to be softened. It's all about his blood and the fact that we're being covered by it at all points." CR

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