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A pretty awesome pop-punk/alt rock band regardless of your religious beliefs.

Hawk Nelson - Live Life Loud (Official Music Video) - YouTube

Hawk Nelson - Friend Like That - YouTube



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This is pretty cringe worthy, regardless of my religious beliefs.



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They're actually pretty good (I aready knew of them) but since they're Christian and all they kind of lose that rebelious edge most punk, pop-punk etc. bands have :ermm:



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I love them thank you very much.

 

 

And they just had a new album come out but I haven't heard it yet.

Also that first song is from their first album I think. Their albums have gotten better since then. But the singer quit and this new album is the first with out him so I don't know what to expect.

 

And you say that they aren't rebellious. Well from what I see today there aren't a lot of young Christians (that is if it wasn't shoved down their throats) . So personally I think it is rebellious. It just depends on your perspective. I used to listen to a lot of Christian bands and a lot of them had music that I would have never guessed was Christian. This includes hardcore Christian bands. Why does all Christian music have to be worship music?



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I don't mind bands or musicians who have religious views, but when you start preaching them through music you're no better than the priest at mass that I haven't attended in years.



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There are a good handful of songs that don't include religion. Which is good for those who don't care for it. Listen to the song We're Alright.

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I like them!



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I love them thank you very much.

 

 

And they just had a new album come out but I haven't heard it yet.

Also that first song is from their first album I think. Their albums have gotten better since then. But the singer quit and this new album is the first with out him so I don't know what to expect.

 

And you say that they aren't rebellious. Well from what I see today there aren't a lot of young Christians (that is if it wasn't shoved down their throats) . So personally I think it is rebellious. It just depends on your perspective. I used to listen to a lot of Christian bands and a lot of them had music that I would have never guessed was Christian. This includes hardcore Christian bands. Why does all Christian music have to be worship music?

good point.

 


 


I now have two completely different opinions on the rebellion thing!



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I don't mind bands or musicians who have religious views, but when you start preaching them through music you're no better than the priest at mass that I haven't attended in years.

If you don't like their religious views then don't listen to them. A band with political songs is no better than a politician.




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