Seabird - Rocks Into Rivers

Published Monday 8th February 2010
Seabird - Rocks Into Rivers
Seabird - Rocks Into Rivers

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 87007-16259
LABEL: Credential 5099923696525
RELEASE DATE: 2010-01-18
RRP: £12.98

Reviewed by James Lidgett

Only a year on from their successful record label debut, the Cincinnati-based group return with their second full length album. Building on their proven piano driven pop-rock formula, the band has certainly taken this album further. From time to time, artists will endeavor to take their listeners on a journey, seeing snapshots in time through their eyes, but all too often the realisation unfortunately falls short of the mark. With 'Rocks Into Rivers' this is thankfully not the case. The whole emotional rollercoaster is pretty much all in here. The opening track, "Don't You Know You're Beautiful" illustrating a girl, fraught with misplaced self-blame after her parents' divorce. Equally powerful is "Baby, I'm In Love" that forms part of a commentary on becoming a husband and a father. This song by vocalist and keys player Aaron Morgan is a gem while the truly haunting title track just leaves you spellbound and wanting more. With writing of this quality, it really is no wonder that Seabird continue to enjoy CCM success.

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Product Description
Seabird has a knack for creating songs that you can’t get out of your head. Their second release Rocks Into Rivers delivers honest songs about love, loss, and faith Seabird is known for while merging the sonic worlds of modern piano rock and Brit-pop to create one-of-a-kind melodies.

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