In Episode 120, Keith, Justin, and Darcy sit down and talk with singer/songwriter Sam DeBurgh. We talk about his project, Slow Bullet, and his new LP, Still Close Enough to Go Back. We also discuss the inspiration behind the album, the role of faith and doubt in his music, and how music can be a powerful medium of creative expression. We discuss the raw emotion of the vocals and lyrics, as well as the diverse musical aspects of the different tracks. We also talk about our personal journeys of faith, and how we can be genuinely open and honest in our discussions of belief. Sam is full of wisdom and insight, so be sure to listen in! In the beginning, Keith talks about his struggle to find a genuine Christian community, and Justin discusses his process of reconstructing his faith. In the end, the guys wrap up the show by giving their final thoughts and by talking about their own personality dynamics and how it affects their conversations. As always, be sure to comment, rate, and subscribe to the podcast. Let us know what you think!
Intro Music: Dubstep - BenSound
Meat and Potatoes:
Sam DeBurgh of Slow Bullet
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Featured Album: Still Close Enough to Go Back
First Music Break: Eating Puke
Second Music Break: Love Song