And you created me, something I would've never seen / When I can only see the floor, you made my window a door / So when they say they don't believe, I hope that they see you in me / After all the lights go down, I'm just the words, you are the sound
Trevor is also known for some boistrously defiant tunes, and here we get some testosterone-laced tracks like "Light Up The Sky" (no relation to The Afters song), "Let The Sparks Fly," "I Get Wicked," "War of Change" and "Down." My overall favorite is probably "Fly On The Wall" with its passionate proclamation "I want to live, I want to be the change."
It'll be interesting to see where TFK goes from here. Joining bands like Switchfoot in departing the label world may signal a new trend for bands that find success with several albums and then strike out on their own. After a decade touring together with various guitarists, drummer Steve Augustine, bassist Joel Bruyere and McNevan certainly have earned the right to blaze their own path. In any case, we're sure to hear more of Krutch firing up the crowd during sporting events as well as from the stage on tour.
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