Still the same quasi-Christian spiritualist, spinning tales of drug addiction and ever-lingering hope.
Dance or Die is more a foretaste of Family Force 5’s bright future than an entirely coherent album. But it is intermittently brilliant, which may be as good as saying it’s the best Christian album of the year.
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