The Incandescent "Planting Bulbs EP" by David Bunce (cmaddict) on 2012-12-09 08:00:42
I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this new indie rock band from the Pacific Northwest, so I listened to the album with no premeditated expectations. And I have to admit, I’m already a big fan of this group! With talented musicians and vocals, this rock band has all the qualities to be added to any mainstream rock collection.
The Album “Planting Bulbs” definitely does not shy away from glorifying God. Their softer rock sound is similar to other groups such as By The Tree, or Building 429. The encouragement in their lyrics is immense. Every song in this album brings praise to God in a reverent and fresh way. Songs like “Your love is” and “Heart that Wanders” reminds us of the awesomeness of God and our call to desire to seek Him first. The energetic song “Great and Glorious” is probably my album favorite. It’s well written and I couldn’t help but jump to the beat and sing along with the chorus.
I believe the band is aptly named The Incandescent because their music is bright, illuminating and will certainly be a glowing light in the music industry. This is a great debut EP and I can’t wait to see what else The Incandescent will have for us in the future!
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