After The Chase | Make Me New

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Make Me New

by After The Chase

Acoustic folk rock. Fervent, passionate, honest lyrics, intricate harmonies.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Without Your Love
4:09 $0.99
2. I'll Be A Fool
3:47 $0.99
3. Make Me New
3:43 $0.99
4. In This Place
5:05 $0.99
5. We Wait
4:54 $0.99
6. Grateful Heart
4:47 $0.99
7. Apple Of My Eye
3:52 $0.99
8. Second Chance
3:55 $0.99
9. Shine
3:32 $0.99
10. No More
7:10 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
After the Chase is back with their sophomore album. Produced by Nate Sabin (Sara Groves, Jason Gray), recorded in Nashville, filled with a fierce beauty, "Make Me New" is their best album to date.

A Review From (written by Mike Parker):
This husband & wife team derive their stage name from an old southern saying, ‘He chased her until she caught him.’ After the Chase didn’t have to run very fast to catch me. Their sophomore indie album, Make Me New, is so full of hooks it is impossible not to bite.

How many independent projects do you know that can boast players like Nate Sabin on guitar, Phil Madeira on B3, Steve Brewster on drums and percussions, John Catchings on cello, and background vocals by Staci Frenes? And as great as these artists are, they simply provide support for the fine artistry of Nathan and Jenna Strong. The songwriting is potent, the vocals rich and inviting, the musicianship tight.

The opening cut, “Without Your Love,” sports a happy little 80’s vibe that meshes seamlessly with Nathan Strong’s warm and friendly lead vocals. The tune segues into the equally bouncy, “I’ll Be Your Fool,” which in turn eases into a gently rocking acoustic guitar ballad called, “Make Me New.”

Jenna Strong takes over lead vocal chores on the more moody and emotion-laden, “In This Place,” a song she wrote. Jenna imbues the lyrics with an intimacy that is as striking as it is refreshing. She is equally vulnerable on her self-penned hymn of repentance, “Second Chance.” “It’s a second chance for the third time,” she laments. “Another ‘I forgive you’ that shouldn’t be mine.”

Best cuts include “Shine” and the gutsy, seven-minute monster track, “No More.” Fans of Watermark, Judd & Maggie, Andrew Peterson, and JJ Heller will find a lot to like in the thoughtful lyrics and folk-pop sensibilities of After the Chase.



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Make Me New
Just loved it. After The Chase were generous (and wise) enough to make one track (We Wait) available free on a Christian music resources site, and it made me order the album. I'm not disappointed.

Oh, and the wonderful emails from CD Baby about my order brightened up a deep and dark December!


After the Chase
WOW! The song "Apple of My Eye" is so warm, so tender, so loving. Words I know my Father in heaven would say to me. Awesome job. This cd does what it's supposed to do, draws you towards our Maker. Thanks!