Joe Kisselburgh always dreamed of having the opportunity to author a project which encompassed the full spectrum of his artistry. In 2006, he left his previous outfit, Falling Up, and began to pursue his ultimate musical end -- which was becoming a songwriter, lyricist, frontman, and musical conduit. This pursuit was called The Send.
The name, The Send, is a reference to the progression of the thought from his mind and soul to his music and finally to the listener. But even though the band was essentially brand new, the songs themselves had been a long time in coming. While on the road with his former outfit (and even well before), he stole away to write every chance he got. After several years of work, he finally had the material he needed to craft his debut release, Cosmos, in 2007.
The first single off Cosmos was "An Epiphany," which quickly gained some success, reaching No. 5 on Christian Hit Radio. Another song, "The Fall," was featured on a compilation album of music inspired by the 2006 movie adaptation of Charlotte's Web.
Following Cosmos, The Send has been on indefinite hiatus.