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Sidewalk Prophets deliver 'Something Different'


Tue, Sep 1st 2015 02:50 pm

Heralded as "their best work to date"

Band encourages fans to share in #BeSomethingDifferent social media campaign

Critics are praising Dove Award winning Sidewalk Prophets for their release of "Something Different," heralding it as the band's "best work to date." 

The third studio album from the band features 14 tracks, including the hit single "Prodigal," which is currently top five on the AC chart. Produced by Grammy Award-winning Seth Mosley, "Something Different" combines the diverse influences of gospel, pop and rock 'n' roll, built upon candor and honesty about where the band is, has been and is going.

"This is the most proud I've ever been to make music, because we've poured everything we have into this project," frontman Dave Frey said. "There are so many different people we've met on the road. So many lives, and they're all different. We're all separate people. We all have our stories, but it's the same God who connects us, and He is the something that makes us different."

In support of "Something Different," Sidewalk Prophets created their #BeSomethingDifferent campaign, encouraging a movement to ignore the pressure to conform to pop culture norms.

Beginning this month, Sidewalk Prophets will join Tenth Avenue North and Dan Bremnes on the "All The Earth Is Holy Ground" Tour. For a list of current tour dates, click here.

About Sidewalk Prophets

Forming during their days as collegiates at Anderson University, Dove Award acclaimed band Sidewalk Prophets' prior albums "Live Like That" (2012) and "These Simple Truths" (2009), saw great success with singles "Live Like That" and "You Love Me Anyway" topping Christian charts. A band known for spending more days on the road than anywhere else, members always have had a way of connecting with their audience on a personal level, ushering them into worship. 

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