Indie Spotlight Review: Sojourn – The Water and the Blood


Nearly a year and a half after releasing the first set of re-worked hymns penned by Isaac Watts named “Over The Grave“, the Sojourn crew is back with the second volume, this time titled “The Water and The Blood”.  Unlike the prior album, this one is musically focused and sounds like something produced as a whole, rather than a mixtape.  The Water and The Blood mixes male and female vocals with a heavy dose of Johnny Cash style folk music and a hint of bluegrass.  If you consider that to be good news, then consider that it is matched with deep, creative, worshipful lyrics that can be hard to come by in some of the more popular worship bands of our time.

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