Everfound, a band comprised of four Russian-born brothers, is set to release their self-titled Word Entertainment debut album July 16. The album’s lead single and Top 20 hit, “Never Beyond Repair,” is available for purchase now at all digital retailers (iTunes link: http://smarturl.it/everfound). Starting on April 30, the band will ask fans to vote at everfoundmusic.com to unlock a new full song stream each week leading into the album release. In addition, their song “What Love Means” is featured on Word Entertainment’s musical companion to the History Channel’s mini-series “The Bible.” The band also played at a massive kick-off event for the mini-series with Mark Burnett and Roma Downey in partnership with Rick Warren at Saddleback Church to which Warren declared via Twitter, “Mark my word: This band is going to be HUGE!”
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Never Beyond Repair
Count The Stars
God Of The Impossible
Lubit Lish Hristos Bezmerna
Take This City
We Are Alive
What Love Means
Take This City f/ Joel Smallbone (Bonus Track)
Everfound Is An Amazing Find| Posted December 31, 2013
I love it when a debut captures my attention as strongly as Everfound's have. It's rare to see so much passion poured from a new band and speaks to the fact that Everfound is not as new as we think. The brothers have been playing music together for years in their native Russia, but everything has led them to this moment stateside.
Everfound is a blend of electronic rock led by driving drum beats that pulse each chorus home. Lead singer, Nikita, is instantly one of the best voices in the industry with an amazing range and depth of passion in his vocals that forces you to hang on every word. It feels that so many of the lyrics are sung with such a heavy urgency. Just a touch heavier and we'd be at a full-blown scream. It's that intense but still very melodic and controlled.
The lead singles, "Never Beyond Repair" and "God Of the Impossible" are designed for repetitive play on radio, but they don't represent the album as a whole. These guys have so much more to offer than just another hit song and truly have the ability to redefine the produced template that we hear dominate the charts today.
Take, for example, "Take This City," the best song on the album and, if and when the label gets around to releasing it to radio, will be one of the biggest hits of the year. (That's called "going out on a limb" kids, but I'm that confident in this track.) This song is instantly singable, yet it's unlike anything on radio today. "Count the Stars,""Hallelujah" and "Torch" follow the same footprint. This band is so much more than a standard CCM hit single, and that's why we'll be hearing amazing music from Everfound for many years to come.
The world of Christian Music is better off with bands like Everfound coming onto the scene. They push boundaries, try new sounds with amazing results, and love people around them like crazy while encouraging us all to do the same.
Everfound: My personal soundtrack| Posted June 21, 2013 Everfound is made up of four brothers from Russia and is one of the most promising new bands that emerged in the past year. I have four main types of albums that really grab me and become the mainstays of my most played albums and songs each year: singer-songwriters like JJ Heller, worship artists like Meredith Andrews, rock/pop bands like Citizen Way and punk rock bands like House of Heroes. I've very quickly added this completely infectious release, Everfoundto my most played and admired albums of the year. From the opening hooky notes and punk rock tempo of "GO," I knew I was in for a treat with this energetic album. The mix of tempos is pure perfection and the blend of electronic keyboard, drum and Brit Rock guitar is a thing of beauty.
Rock fans will want to jump right to the incredible track, "Unless." The driving synth-rock beat is perfectly married to the profound lyrics, “There's gotta be a reason I'm alive / Stuck on a wire and it feels like it's over / Unless a miracle takes control/ And rescues my fallen world/ I confess I'm such a mess/ I'm already dead unless." It is an incredible song and rocks my world like "Lose Control" by House of Heroes and "Pain" by Jimmy Eat World.
Lead single "Never Beyond Repair" sets the tone perfectly for the musical and lyrical hook of the album, which is about finding our true identity. The song insightfully explores what it means to be a soul in process with these poignant lyrics: “The moment you gave up / He gave up His life for you / The Savior is able / His forgiveness is the proof.”
I get swept up in the profession of “God of the Impossible” which reflects the cry of my heart with lyrics that connect to my life verse Isaiah 6:8..."Here I am, send me,” as the band proclaims: "I won't back down ‘cause I believe/ You are the God of the impossible/ Here I am, send me." Amen to that!
"Torch" is a great song about standing up for Christ. Many of these songs express my ‘emo' feelings, and yet remind me that I wasn't made for this world. This album has become my personal soundtrack, especially in this song where I personally connect to the lyrics: "And if it rains or pours/ I'm screaming I am Yours/ And no on will ignore who I'm living for/ I'm carrying the torch."
“Take This City” is a wonderful Brit-Rock tinged alt-rock worship song, with a super-hooky guitar riff and engaging lyrics reflecting the autobiographical mission of the band, "So let's take this city / Our souls are singing / There's a fire in our bones / I know we won't be defeated if love is leading / We're laying down our stones ..."“We Are Alive” is an upbeat, catchy rock song that represents the thesis statement of this incredible record, “We are the hope of nations / we are the new creation / we are the generation to reach the lost." These are some of the best Biblically inspired lyrics I've ever heard, all in extremely catchy emotional rock songs.
“What Love Means” addresses how our failures are redeemed by knowing our Savior, Jesus. The song opens with these confessional words filled with Truth, "There's no life, there's no death /there's no height that can stand in Your way/ Not even doubt or my mistakes/ You broke the walls and tore apart the veil." This is an incredible closing song. You’ll be singing along with Nikita as he passionately sings, "You gave away your life, the greatest sacrifice/ You did it all so I can know what love means / There's nothing good in me/ But You see what I can't see/ And through it all/ Your cross shows me what love means" Amen. All of these songs are entertaining and challenge listeners to walk closer with God. This album is all about finding our true identity in Christ. He is the answer.
I am a long-time fan of the alternative rock bands Jimmy Eat World, The Killers and Relient K. If you like that style of music, get this album immediately. Everfound is the top alt-rock album of the year. I can't get enough of this album, which is loaded with catchy and hope-filled emotional rock songs. This album will stay in heavy rotation for me all year. Similar to House of Heroes and for KING & COUNTRY, this album features incredibly tight guitar riffs and amazing harmonies. This album is by far the catchiest, most energetic and emotionally engaging alternative rock album I've heard this year.
Amazing talent, sound, and story| Posted March 19, 2014 One of the reasons I love attending Winter Jam every year is to get the opportunity to learn about and listen to new artists. Winter Jam 2014 did not fail to meet this expectation of mine with this years amazing new group called Everfound.
While they are not new to the world of music, they are new to the music world!
These Russin brothers have an amazing story that binds the faith in Jesus Christ with very deep roots and they are able to share it with the world through their God given musical talents.
While they sing and praise to the very same God who all Christians praise, the God who is omnipresnt and eternal, never-ever changing, the Alpha and Omega, without end...... their music is less than the same as all the others. They have a very unique way of blending the sound of the 80's, with electronica, and a super funky twist to Rock-n-Roll.
Everfound is unlike any other you have ever heard and you will not be disappointed by their album, or their story behind how Everfound came to be.
I bought this album after seeing Everfound at Creation Northwest (They are really good live). I didn't expect too much from it, but was blown away. The songs have deep lyrics, God Of The Impossible is my favorite with What Love Means pulling a close second. both are very deep and convicting. I would recommend this album to anyone and everyone, as well as their live performance.