This young group of musicians are wonderful. They write worship songs full of heart and passion, and they also craft ambient, well-written music as the plate the message is served on (isn’t the meal more appetizing and appealing when the plate is clean and fresh instead of stale and worn out?) At times, the songs have a smooth, jazzy feel, like the waltz “Fortress,” and other times it can be on the rockier side, like “Shine.” Either way, it works very well, and the listener feels the honesty and love in the vocals while getting lost in the music. And they’ll give it to you for free if you can’t afford the five dollars. Pretty sweet deal, regardless. ~ Scott Fryberger
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Our synopsis: “A short but accomplishing indie worship EP.” (Recommended by JFH’s Scott Fryberger)
Perfect For: Worship, Love, Hope
Song Highlights: “Shine,” “Run To You,” “Fortress,” “Seven”
So, what are your thoughts on and experiences with the album The Ember Days EP? Do you recommend it? If so, why?