NATIVE TONGUE Switchfoot

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Album-Release:
2019

HRA-Release:
18.01.2019

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  • 1LET IT HAPPEN04:41
  • 2NATIVE TONGUE04:38
  • 3ALL I NEED03:08
  • 4VOICES02:58
  • 5DIG NEW STREAMS03:45
  • 6JOY INVINCIBLE03:42
  • 7PRODIGAL SOUL03:51
  • 8THE HARDEST ART04:13
  • 9WONDERFUL FEELING04:06
  • 10TAKE MY FIRE03:45
  • 11THE STRENGTH TO LET GO04:18
  • 12OXYGEN04:14
  • 13WE'RE GONNA BE ALRIGHT02:55
  • 14YOU'RE THE ONE I WANT02:05
  • Total Runtime52:19

Info for NATIVE TONGUE



GRAMMY award-winning rock band Switchfoot expands on their trademark epic soundscapes and explores new themes and textures on Native Tongue, the group’s 11th full-length album.

Paste Magazine debuted the Native Tongue album art and the YouTube Premiere of the dynamic music video for the title track written by SWITCHFOOT frontman Jon Foreman and bassist Tim Foreman with Brent Kutzle of One Republic. The lyrics are a poignant reminder, “Before we learn to hate. Love is our Native Tongue.”

“These are polarizing times, where the loudest voice is often the voice of anger or fear. This album is an attempt to sing that hope into life. To bring a group of diverse songs under one common banner. Hatred is not your native language. Love is your Native Tongue,” expressed Jon Foreman.

In the midst of an impressive career spanning more than 20 years, Native Tongue is an inspired work of insight and passion from a band that continues to find strength in our differences and hope in what binds us.  The 14-song project, recorded primarily at Melody League Studios in the band’s hometown of San Diego, Calif., includes a wide array of music from the hard-hitting anthemic title-track to more reflective songs such as “Prodigal Soul,” “Joy Invincible,” and “Voices,” (co-written and produced with their friends in One Republic). The band interlace empathy and introspection, urging us to “use our lungs for love and not the shadows.” Native Tongue also features a moving collaboration with Kaela Sinclair on “The Hardest Art.”

Jon Foreman, vocals, guitar
Tim Foreman, bass
Jerome Fontamillas, keyboard, guitar
Drew Shirley, guitar
Chad Butler, drums

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