Evan Craft "Giants" by Kevin Thorson (cmaddict) on 2012-03-28 18:09:48
Once in a while an artist comes along and totally surprises you with their talent and originality, Evan Craft is one of those artists. His pop rock style has fittingly been compared to Brandon Heath and his unique take is a giant in its own right.
Evan's debut "Giants" is a memorable album with a lot of great tracks. One of those being song six "Reclaim" which is incredibly powerful and addicting, and even features a rap segment. It compliments the song so well that I was almost hoping he would do that on every song. Needless to say this is one of the best tracks on the album. Another standout song is "Broken Heart" and is his first released single and features Qis Walker and Lauren Thurston.
Dream Records made a wise choice when they signed Craft to their label. His music is very refreshing and something I'll be listening to quite frequently. I'm already looking forward to his next album, it's that good. Evan's deep lyrics and bold sound is a perfect combination that will continue to inspire and uplift listeners.
Rating: 4 out of 5
Label: Dream Records
Release Date: March 27, 2012
Buy it: Amazon
1. The Sky Is Falling 4:30
2. Fight Or Flee 0:51
3. Giants 3:31
4. Get Up 3:36
5. Broken Heart 3:44
6. Reclaim 3:43
7. Human 4:26
8. Lay Me Down 4:16
9. Fighting Gravity 3:44
10. Clarity 3:28
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