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Reborn [edit]
by Finding Favour | Genre: AC/Inspo | Release Date: June 23, 2015

Gotee Record’s Finding Favour, is scheduled to release their first full album, Reborn, June 23, 2015. Produced by Casey Brown (Love & the Outcome, All Things New), the new project shows the maturity and growth of Finding Favour since they first signed with Gotee Records in 2012. Reborn features 10 new songs that were co-written by the group, along with a reprise of their Top 25 National Christian Audience chart hit, “Say Amen.”

Finding Favour fans are being treated to early performances of the new music as the band is featured on the current 42-city Newsboys We Believe God’s Not Dead Tour that started in February and ends May 9, 2015. The band will unveil some of the new songs on an upcoming appearance for LeSea Broadcasting’s Live From Studio B.

Track Listing
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01. Refuge
02. I'll Find You
03. Cast My Cares
04. Feels Like The First Time
05. Be Like You
06. Reborn
07. Tiny Town
08. Till Your Kingdom Comes
09. On The Water
10. Hallelujah One More Time
11. Say Amen (Reprise)

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Finding Their Footing | Posted June 22, 2015
Having gained a massive following with their wildly successful song "Say Amen" (which earned southern gospel group Brian Free & Assurance several 2015 Dove Awards for their cover rendition), Gotee Records act Finding Favour is finally unveiling their much anticipated full length debut, Reborn.

What Works: 
Bright musical moments pop onto the scene like splatters of color across a white canvas. The techno pop opening of "Refuge" leads into a silky worship tune, reminiscent of current Phil Wickham stylings.

"Cast My Cares" is the most original offering, setting this band apart both sonically and lyrically. Mildly bluegrassy with a contemporary pop polish, the song takes all of this group's best aspects and morphs them into the highlight of the album: "I will cast my cares on You, You're the anchor of my hope, the only One Who's in control."

"Feels Like The First Time" rolls with the Americana vibe through a sweet love song that expounds on a relationship set on fire under the banner of God's grace. "Tiny Town" follows suit and offers more descriptive storytelling at its finest.

What Doesn't: 
The biggest issue at hand with Reborn is that every song feels as if it needs to provide an answer to the day-to-day struggles of life. Take a song like "I'll Find You." While it starts off raw and vulnerable, tackling the subject of doubt in God's timing, it quickly reaches a resolution that feels somewhat trite. Encouraging, yes, but somewhat forced nonetheless.

The project begins to splinter near the end, musically speaking. "Till Your Kingdom Comes" expounds on the idea of folktronica introduced to us by musicians such as Crowder, but also falls victim to feeling a little too forced. In some ways, mostly musical, this is a band that is definitely still trying to find their footing. 

Closing Thoughts:
Finding Favour is a prime example of a band that is capable of absolutely brilliant songwriting,  but finds themselves trapped in the awkward teenage stage of their career-- still trying to discover their unique signature sound and create a legacy that is all their own. While diversity is applauded (and in our industry, much needed), when diversity feels more like experimentation with very little cohesiveness, it can make it hard to enjoy an album as a whole. 

That said, I think deep down, the men of Finding Favor do have a unique niche to fill. With time, that will become apparent. Despite some flaws, there are glimpses of excellence on this record worthy of your attention.

Song To Download Now: 
"Cast My Cares" (Get it on iTunes here.)


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