The Canadian rock band, Thousand Foot Crutch was formed in 1995.  And since this time they have released five major studio albums.  The sound that this band exudes is rock and roll with pure heart mixed in.  The release for their sixth album is titled, “The End is Where We Begin”.  Band founder Trevor McNevan has been posting daily recording of the albums which has the fands chomping at the bit to get a taste of the finished product.

Previews from the album include, ‘Light Up the Sky”, ‘The End Is Where We Begin, ‘Light Up the Sky, ‘Let the Sparks Fly’, ‘We are’, ‘So Far Gone, ‘Fly on the Wall, ‘Courtesy Call’ and ‘War of Change’.  They will be leaving Tooth and Nail Records and will release the new album ‘The End is Where We Begin’ independently.

“The End is Where We Begin” summarizes everything we’ve been through as a band, and where we are now-the closing of one chapter and the beginning of another,”confides front man Trevor McNevan.  “We’ve been through every transition you could face as a band in the past year, aside from the band line up, and our entire team couldn’t be more excited.  Against all odds, not to mention some pretty lucrative record contracts, we’re following what we feel is the right thing for us to do, and at the end of the day, that’s our responsibility.  We’re very thankful to have the support and trust we do with our audience’ they’re as much a part of our team, as anyone else.  We’re growing together, and look forward to each new step we take together.”
Not only is this band innovative, true to themselves, and bringing something new with each piece of music they bring.  If their artwork doesn’t say it all, this one is by far the best they’ve ever brought us.  Definitely one you should not miss.

Track List:
1.  Intro
2.  We Are
3.  Light Up the Sky
4.  The End is Where We Begin
5.  Let the Sparks Fly
6.  I Get Wicked
7.  Be Somebody
8.  This is A Warning Intro
9.  Courtesy Call
10.  War of Change
11.  Down
12.  All I Need to Know
13.  Fly On The Wall
14.  So Far Gone
15.  Finale

Writeup by Rachel Canterberry

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