Beyond Control

Kings Kaleidoscope - Beyond Control
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Based on 11 ratings
June 24, 2016 / Release Date
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Visceral and beautiful. Takes you for a ride and I love every second.
The kings of worship build on their towering debut and embark on a journey of finding meaning and joy amid the doubt and suffering, stirring a bit of controversy on the way.

Best: A Prayer; Dust / Ride on Reprise; Gone; Enchanted / A Resting Place (Intro); Sabotage/Home; In This Ocean Pt. I / In This Ocean Pt. II; Lost?; Trackless Sea

Fair: Most of It

Worst: Friendship (Interlude)
One of the freshest offerings to the Christian music scene, delving openly into the weight of faith. This album is incredibly human in its directness, and it has a pattern of fluctuating between themes. Gardner, who lost his first child in a stillbirth, understands the contrast between the pain of the world and the perfection of a relationship with God. Musically fantastic as well, with its orchestral indie pop-rock blend. Quite impressive.
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