With the imminent release of Switchfoot's new album Vice Verses, the band cut a series of video profiles that offer personal insights from each member. Today we're premiering the piece on bassist and backing vocalist Tim Foreman, who gets to enjoy a day with his beloved San Diego Padres and discusses what keeps him going on tour. See it in the replies.
1) Needle and Haystack Life
2) Mess of Me
3) Your Love is a Song
4) The Sound (John M Perkins' Blues)
5) Enough To Let Me Go
7) Hello Hurricane
9) Bullet Soul
11) Sing It Out
12) Red Eyes
A new song by Switchfoot titled "This is Home" will be featured in the soundtrack to the film The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. The band also shot a music video for the song, and the single will hit radio on April 25.
Switchfoot is heading out on in the spring with Athlete for the Up In Arms Tour, which will benefit To Write Love On Her Arms. Organization founder Jamie Tworkowski will be speaking on over every night of the tour. More dates are on the way.
Jon Foreman has released the second installment of his seasonal 4-EP solo project, a 6-track EP titled Winter, featuring the Switchfoot frontman's indie-folk departure from the Switchfoot sound, as a soundtrack to winter. Fall was released only in digital format, but physical copies of Fall and Winter are now available in stores, packaged as one (with a provision to add Spring and Summer to the same packaging.) All six tracks on Winter are currently being streamed on his myspace, and the EPs are available for a dollar less than elsewhere at his website.