Title: “Finding Wholeness in the ‘Pieces of a Real Heart’: A Review of Sanctus Real’s 2010 Album”
In 2010, Sanctus Real, a Christian rock band from Ohio, released their fourth studio album, “Pieces of a Real Heart.” The album was highly anticipated by fans and critics alike, as it marked a departure from the band’s previous sound, and showcased a more personal and introspective side to their music.
The album opens with the upbeat and catchy “Forgiven,” which sets the tone for the rest of the album. With its driving drums and guitar riffs, the song is a declaration of God’s grace and forgiveness, and sets the stage for the themes of redemption and hope that permeate the rest of the album.
One of the standout tracks on the album is “Lead Me,” which was released as a single and became a chart-topping hit. The song features lead singer Matt Hammitt pleading with God to show him how to be a better husband and father, and has resonated with listeners of all backgrounds.
Other highlights include the ballad “The Redeemer,” which showcases Hammitt’s soaring vocals and the band’s talent for crafting emotional and impactful melodies, and “The Way the World Turns,” which features a more stripped-down sound and a vulnerable exploration of the pain and brokenness in the world.
Mp3 Download List of Pieces of a Real Heart Album 2010 By Sanctus Real
These Things Take Time
The Way the World Turns
Take Over Me
I Want To Get Lost
I’ll Show You How To Live
Keep My Heart alive