Fans of Attaboy's mood-elevating, contagious melodies won't be let down with the release of "Motion Toward the Miles," but the band says the depth of their songwriting has expanded and grown to produce an honest soundtrack for real life, complete not only with moments of joy, but also reflection, victory and thankfulness.
"Unfortunately, there's no magic formula for songwriting, and it usually never happens the same way twice. But the one common thread we try to retain in our music is honesty. If we can speak honestly about our own experiences, then hopefully others feel empowered to do the same. There's such a broad spectrum of human emotions to be captured through the medium of song. Ultimately, we want to be a vehicle God uses to communicate the love and redemption He has for everybody," Matt said.
Continuing to endeavor to communicate that message of redemption, Attaboy is fully prepared for whatever comes next for the band. Looking ahead, the guys are taking advantage of every opportunity to bring Christ center-stage, as they release their latest album and subsequent radio singles.
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Each Album Gets Better| Posted July 29, 2013
Attaboy is one of the most underrated bands in Christian music. With catchy tunes, good music, and lyrical depth, Motion Towards the Miles takes their music one step further in quality. This album has a slightly different feel to it than it predecessors Shout and Being Remade. This comes along with the lead singer change. They did a great job in finding Matt as the new lead singer, as his voice is fairly similar to that of Amos's. Where Being Remade had all very fun and catchy songs, Motion has more lyrical depth while still being very catchy. If you haven't given them a listen I strongly encourage you to listen to all 3 of their latest albums.