The GRAMMY® Winning Rock Band Celebrates One Year Anniversary Of NATIVE TONGUE With Re-Imagined Versions Of Select Songs
Today, GRAMMY® Award-winning rock band SWITCHFOOT released NATIVE TONGUE: REIMAGINE / REMIX EP. The digital only 5-track EP coincides with the one-year anniversary of the band’s latest full-length album NATIVE TONGUE released on January 19, 2019. It includes reinterpretations of five NATIVE TONGUE tracks including the previously shared “VOICES” featuring acclaimed electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling. Additional contributors include Brent Kutzle (One Republic), Will Chapman (Colony House), John Painter on horns (Fleming and John) and Mason Self. The band also shared a music video for the new version of “WONDERFUL FEELING” – watch it HERE.
Listen to/purchase NATIVE TONGUE: REIMAGINE / REMIX EP HERE
“On the new EP, SWITCHFOOT’s front man Jon Foreman shared: “It’s incredible to hear our friends reinterpret our music. The communal aspect of writing, playing and eventually sharing songs is a huge part of why we do what we do. So it’s amazing to hear a song come back from a friend with their heart, soul and imagination attached. Especially when they’re as talented as this lot.”
SWITCHFOOT’s extensive worldwide touring schedule continues in 2020 with dates across North America and Europe. For more information please visit https://switchfoot.com/pages/tour.
NATIVE TONGUE: REIMAGINE / REMIX EP TRACKLIST: