Although their faith somehow got a little shuffled and disconnected with their most recent record, Lifehouse still remains one of the larger examples of Christianity in the mainstream today. This couldn’t be any truer when speaking of their 2007 release, Who We Are. From the stark imagery of Jesus rescuing us from drowning in the troubled waters of life (“Storm”), to a desperate plea for healing (“Broken”), the band truly drives home their message of faith on this record. And no one can deny the appeal of the insanely catchy hooks on tracks like “First Time” and “Who We Are.” As to where their music will continue to take them as the years continue to roll by, time can only tell, but at least we’ll always have Who We Are to hold on to…
- Logan Leasure
Who We Are (2007)
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Our synopsis: "Lifehouse proved with this record that they are still the band that we have always loved them for…" (Recommended by JFH's Logan Leasure)
Perfect For: Healing, Hope, Finding God, Encouragement
Song Highlights: “Who We Are," "Storm”
So, what are your thoughts on and experiences with the album Who We Are? Do you recommend it? If so, why?