Carrie Underwood Showing Love for Thousand Foot Krutch
Carrie gives props to two tracks from TFK’s newest album “Welcome To The Masquerade” in her iTunes Celebrity Playlist posted today on her street day.

Check out what she has to say:

“Fire It Up”:  “I love love love this band. They can do it all! Awesome. Trevor has amazing vocals paired with GIANT guitars. Makes me jump around the room!”

“Already Home”: “Once again, I love this band.  This song is just great …enough said!”

To see her entire playlist including TFK, click here.

About Thousand Foot Krutch:
Thousand Foot Krutch, started by frontman/songwriter Trevor McNevan, have sold a half-million copies to date of their albums “Set It Off,” “Phenomenon,” “The Art Of Breaking,” and “The Flame in All of Us.”  The band hit the musical scene with the “Phenomenon” album and branched into radio with songs “Rawkfist” (Phenomenon) and “Move” (The Art of Breaking). TFK has also celebrated three previous Active Rock/Alternative singles to break into the Top 30.

Welcome To The Masquerade:
The fifth studio album has been touted as a “hit,” the “best album of its genre to be released,” and one of the “very best albums of the year.”  During its first week out, TFK’s latest venture made an impact debuting on the Billboard Top 200 at No. 35 and No. 2 on the Christian albums chart.  Digitally, the album spent street week in the Top 10 on the overall album and rock chart on iTunes (peaking at No. 4 and No.2).

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