We Won't Be Shaken

An Album By

Building 429

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Building 429’s new release, We Won’t Be Shaken, is a heartwarming record with songs that will be stuck in your head for days to come. The album does explore some relatively new styles for the soft rock/CCM group, including the introduction to “Get Up” and the symphonic elements in “Best and Worst.”

Overall, this album rehashes a lot of the previous sound of Building 429, so it may be a little bit of an upset to fans that were looking for something new or adventurous out of the North Carolina quintet. Nonetheless, this is still a passion-filled record that will also make you want to get up and move. For fans of Kutless, MercyMe, and Skillet.

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