“I Have Seen the End” by Brock’s Folly [a review]

November 9, 2016

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From the liner notes to their new record I Have Seen the End, the young band “Brock’s Folly” appear to be entering an early retirement. A few albums under their belt, the energetic, theologically-minded five-piece formed while studying at Bryan College in Tennessee. The members have since graduated and the new project feels like a master thesis, reflecting on all that’s happened across a short discography. The band’s theology is mature, taking a hard look at hypocrisy, pride, and redemption both outward, in a world full of pain and violence; and inward—at hearts drowning in ego and corruption. Heavy themes indeed, but they never overwhelm. Every hard truth rides atop a wild folk melody, and grace—the amazing kind—abounds.

You can listen to and purchase their music here, or explore their work with the Nehemiah Foundation for Cultural Renewal here.

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One Response to ““I Have Seen the End” by Brock’s Folly [a review]”

  1. michaelminkoff said

    Thank you for this. Short, insightful, and sweet.

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