An unspoken side effect of success, particularly creative success, is comfortable complacency. There’s an ease, an expectation almost, in continuing to do the thing that’s always worked.
For GRAMMYⓇ nominated Building 429, anthemic battle cries about living an unshakable faith have been the catalyst to multiple smash singles like No. 1 songs “Where I Belong” and “Glory Defined” and touring the world playing for millions of fans. Their newest project, Live the Journey, is a collection of songs that dive deep into themes of struggle, shame and reconciling childhood faith, is the band’s most personal album in their nearly 20-year history together.