Much missed Christian rock band, Thousand Foot Krutch, broke their two-and-half-year silence on social media today with a cryptic post on their Facebook and Instagram pages that sent their still-active fan base into a total frenzy.
The image post contained 16 photos with the repeating message, "Be The Change," cropped into a number five. Given that the post was made on Sunday, July 16, many are pointing to this Friday, July 21, which is the next official release day for music.
So, what's coming?
Nobody knows, but fans have been quick to guess in hundreds of comments already, ranging from new music, an upcoming tour, a music video, or simply an announcement of great things to come.
Thousand Foot Krutch has been on radio silence on Facebook and Instagram since December 2020. Their last video uploaded to their official YouTube channel was 5 years ago. The band hasn't released new music since 2016's independently released, Exhale. The band announced they would be going on an indefinite hiatus to focus more on their families, with lead singer, Trevor McNevan, pivoting to his hip-hop-influenced band, I AM THE STORM in 2018.
We'll keep you posted if we get any more info on what's coming from TFK! No matter what, it's good to hear from one of the most popular Christian rock bands around today.