Everfound, a band comprised of four Russian brothers, has been slowly gaining popularity in the pop-piano-rock genre, and this popularity is only going to soar with its self-titled debut album. Co-produced by Seth Mosley (For King and Country, Francesca Battistelli) and Pete Kipley (Phil Wickham, Matthew West), Everfound is a mix of upbeat dance songs and soulful, melodic tunes with poetic lyrics. The current single, “Never Beyond Repair,” reminds listeners that “You’re not beyond repair / Grace meets you anywhere / And the mess of your heart / Is where love’s gonna start.” Favorite tracks include “Hallelujah,” an up-tempo dance tune with the catchy chorus, “I’m a light to tell the whole world / I’ve been raised from the dead / I sing hallelujah,” and “Take This City,” which has a very unique, moving sound layered with complex synths and drum beats. For fans of The Fray, OneRepublic, Owl City.
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