Twice-nominated Grammy duo delivers anthemic, upbeat hits from its latest highly lauded album, burn the ships
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For King & Country
- Who they are: Brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone, who were originally born in Sydney, Australia but moved to Nashville in 1991. They come from a musical family, too—their dad was a promoter, and their sister is Christian singer Rebecca St. James.
- Their sound: anthemic, rich, and downright uplifting. Joel and Luke’s poignant melodies and meaningful lyrics go hand-in-hand with the duo’s stage name, which conveys their belief in something larger than themselves.
- Influences: everything from U2, The Beatles, and OneRepublic to the film scores from Braveheart and Gladiator, which are even more inspiring than watching a kangaroo dunk a basketball for the first time
- How they’ve been described: Early in the band’s career, American Songwriter pegged For King & Country as “Australia’s answer to Coldplay.”
- Where you’ve heard them: Their multi-purpose songs have popped up during The Emmys, the U.S. Open tennis championship, on CW’s The Vampire Diaries, and numerous commercials.
- What to expect: Hits from their 2015’s Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong., which was the duo’s highest-debuting album and peaked at No. 13 on the Billboard 200. It includes top singles “Fix My Eyes,” “To the Dreamers” and “It’s Not Over Yet.”
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