Switchfoot - Native Tongue

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Artist :   Switchfoot
Album Name :   Native Tongue
Genre :   Alternative
Tracks :   14
Relase Date :   18 January 2019
Country :   USA

Native Tongue (Switchfoot) Album Songs

Song Title Artist Time
1. Let It Happen Switchfoot 4:41
2. Native Tongue Switchfoot 4:38
3. All I Need Switchfoot 3:08
4. Voices Switchfoot 2:58
5. Dig New Streams Switchfoot 3:45
6. Joy Invincible Switchfoot 3:42
7. Prodigal Soul Switchfoot 3:51
8. The Hardest Art (feat. Kaela Sinclair) Switchfoot 4:13
9. Wonderful Feeling Switchfoot 4:06
10. Take My Fire Switchfoot 3:45
11. The Strength to Let Go Switchfoot 4:18
12. Oxygen Switchfoot 4:14
13. We're Gonna Be Alright Switchfoot 2:55
14. You're the One I Want Switchfoot 2:05

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  • Well at least they're back

    Im glad they decided to keep on producing, but the up-beat rock like "dare you to move" and "meant to live" just sticks out to me more. This is "good" music, but I'm missing the rock band part :p which is why I like them so much.
  • Must have for any alt rock fans

    RT Liz
    I’ve been a huge fan of switchfoot since the beautiful let down days, and what can I say with this other than they’ve done it again. These songs will get stuck in your head but also have deep meanings behind the lyrics; if you’re debating to buy it or not just do it you’ll be glad you did.
  • 😊❤️😊

    I absolutely love Switchfoot. Thank you guys for always inspiring me deep in my spirit.
  • SO REAL!!!!

    Switchfoot has yet AGAIN released another AWE INSPIRING ALBUM!!!! SO RAW, and REAL!!!! Voices and So Hard To Let Go are REALLY the ones which hit home for me!!!! Thx guys!!!🤟🏻🤘🏻🔥💯
  • Mixed bag for sure

    First of all, Switchfoot are one of my all time favorite bands, been a fan since my high school days. No matter what sound and styles these guys have tried, I’ve always got into it. Each record they’ve put out for as long as I can remember as been amazing. So, it kind of kills me to say that they’ve kinda lost me on this new one. For me, the album just feels like somewhat of a mess. A few of the songs like “All I Need” and “ strength to let Go” feel like classic Switchfoot but most of the record is all over the place. With every album they’ve done in the past, there has always been a distinct direction. Every album, even down to the title of it, was very focused. I don’t get that from Native Tongue at all. The title track, which I really liked, is really the only tune with that certain vibe. Which was a disappointment. Another stand out track, “Take My Fire” sounds like a throwback to their songs “The Original” and “Bullet soul” is my favorite but once again, the only song on the album that Sounds anything like that song. That basically sums up the entire album. Such a mixed bag. I have in no way lost faith in Switchfoot and will continue to be a huge fan but I just hope that future releases will get back to some of the styles we’ve all grown to love over the years.
  • Bands are more than just the genre!

    Switchfoot and many other bands are much more than just a single genre. Yes I’ll admit a lot of this album isn’t the hard rock everyone has grown to love but let’s puts it this way: if a band doesn’t change with the times, they don’t make it through them. Switchfoot has been around for over 20 years and still are creating music that many people love and enjoy. That is a HUGE thing for any band to have accomplished. I see all of these 1 star reviews with people complaining how this isn’t hard rock anymore or this is “computerized garbage” when in truth this is truly great music just like always. For me my favorite thing about Switchfoot has always been how well written the lyrics always are. There’s not a single song they’ve written that I don’t connect with on a personal level just because the lyrics are written so well that you can literally connect with them in any way possible. This same lyric style is present in this album as well and that to me means more than any stupid genre ever could. Keep doing what you’re doing Switchfoot! I hope you’re still making music when I’m an old man!
  • DannyWholesome

    Jon Foreman is the consummate song writer. The variety of songs with depth of meaning add another layer of grace to the prolific library of Switchfoot.
  • Different for Switchfoot

    The odd cover art (which I don't like) is a good indication that this is not a typical Switchfoot album. Jon Foreman's songwriting is still on-point, but the production of this record is decidedly more pop oriented, with elements of Coldplay as much as Imagine Dragons. There's several good tracks on here, but this one will be a cherry-picker for me rather than a whole album purchase.
  • One of the best to date!

    There’s absolutely nothing better than a good few guitar solos by Drew😍
  • Native Tongue ... Amazing!!!

    Love this Album- Switchfoot, you do not ever disappoint. Lyrics, beat, rock, instruments, mixing, engineering ... 5 stars in each category. John’s voice has grabbed a larger audience with every new album in recent years. The vocals are superb. I can’t say enough good things about this album and this band!

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