Last week, I chatted on the phone with one of my favorite musicians, Stephen Christian (of Anchor and Braille, formerly of Anberlin). Our conversation touched on a variety of topics, from his new album Songs for The Late Night Drive Home, to the last days of Anberlin, and messages taken away from studying the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It was a fascinating discussion to be a part of, so I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed speaking with him." You can find the full interview here.
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Later today, I will be sitting down to chat with Stephen Christian (Anchor and Braille, formerly of Anberlin). If you have any questions you would like for me to ask him, leave them in the replies and I will try to ask them.
Hot on the heels of our much-loved video with Aaron Marsh, we now present you with the latest installment in our Backstage Sessions. Head to the replies to see Anchor & Braille performing acoustic versions of "Rust (The Short Story of Mary Agnosia)" and "Like Steps In a Dance." Both tracks appear on the band's upcoming release, Felt, out August 4th.
Looking for another taste of Anchor & Braille's beautiful new record, Felt? Head on over to the band's AP.net profile for an exclusive stream of the new song "Summer Tongues." Like what you hear? The record is available for pre-order here.
If you have any dates coming up by you, remember to enter our Copeland and Anchor & Braille contest. Be sure to email in your submissions on time, and don't assume you won't get enough replies to win. Numbers have varied by date thus far.