Thousand Foot Krutch goes back to its raw roots

It was back to the draw­ing board for Thou­sand Foot Krutch when the band was work­ing on its sev­en­th stu­dio album, “The End Is Where We Begin,” which will be released April 17. 

Mul­ti-tal­ent­ed TFK front­man Trevor McNevan popped in the band’s debut “That’s What Peo­ple Do” to find inspi­ra­tion to fuel the new project. And what tran­spired is the band’s trade­mark in-your-face rock.

With­out try­ing, this record has a very mil­i­tant the­me to it, with songs like ‘War Of Change’ and ‘Cour­tesy Call’ paint­ing more of a visu­al for that,” McNevan said in a press release. “There’s an urgen­cy to it and I think the tim­ing feels right. This record’s heart can be summed up by ‘Be The Change,’ the album’s lyric and phrase seen through­out the album art­work.”

ESPN has already picked up “Light Up The Sky” and “Let the Sparks Fly” for its NASCAR cov­er­age ant NCAA sports pro­gram­ming. So right there should tell you the adren­a­line is flow­ing freely with TFK.

Be Some­body,” is cur­rent­ly find­ing radio play and has been named Billboard’s Most Added song at CHR for mul­ti­ple weeks.

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