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like trying to describe impossibility

we’ve all got our mental lists of what we deem the best feelings in the whole wide world.  prime examples: getting to sleep in on weekdays, freshly threaded eyebrows, babies smiling at you, winning the rap battle (this one happens to me like everyday), night drives with the radio on, chick fil a workers letting you use expired coupons, long walks on the beach, wearing big sweaters on a fall day, world domination.  1,343 more words

I Believe in God

I think every person on earth should listen to this song – and fall in love with it as much as I have.

Seriously. I cannot stop listening to it. 721 more words

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Relient K release new EP, "The Creepier EP...er"

In celebration of Halloween, Relient K have released a new 3-song EP via Mono Vs Stereo. 64 more words

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RECAP: SWITCHFOOT at THE RYMAN

Last night alt-rock outfit Switchfoot played to a packed-out Ryman Auditorium, a stop on their Looking For America Tour with Relient K.

The band, who is on the road supporting their latest album,  89 more words

Live Show Reviews

Columbus Marathon Training - Week 17: Race Week is Here

RACE WEEK IS HERE. Yikes! Of course this post is about last week, not this week so I’m going to start there.

After my back-to-back pace runs last weekend my legs were trashed and ready to recover. 829 more words

Running

Don't Miss: Switchfoot @ Fillmore Silver Spring, 10/26/16


Switchfoot (Photo by Robbie Jeffers)

Over the summer, San Diego rock quintet Switchfoot returned with their 10th studio album, Where the Light Shines Through, via Vanguard Records. 180 more words

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Photos: Switchfoot, Relient K @ House of Blues Chicago

Photos by: Santiago Covarrubias –

Alt-Rock band Switchfoot, who released their tenth album, When The Light Shines Through, on July 8th, 2016 via Vanguard, which was produced by Switchfoot and John Fields, with whom the band has worked on their breakthrough album The Beautiful Letdown (2003) and its follow-ups, Nothing Is Sound (2005) and Oh! 298 more words

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