Switchfoot Receives First GRAMMY® Award
Band Is In The Studio Working On Follow-Up to GRAMMY-Winning Album Hello Hurricane
San Diego rock band Switchfoot has seen multi-platinum success over its vast career, which spans eight acclaimed albums, globally sold-out arena concerts and numerous music industry awards and honors that now include their first GRAMMY Award.
Paste Magazine declared “Hello Hurricane will rock you like a...well, you know...” Alternative Press calls the record “a hope-giving affirmation of resurgence from a band who might have been down but were never out.” Rolling Stone says, “The group added some heft to its super catchy alternative rock,” while Relevant Magazine calls the recording “one of the best albums of Switchfoot’s career.”
Switchfoot is currently in the studio working on the follow-up to Hello Hurricane, which will be released later this year. The group is renowned for its live concerts, performing at sold-out arenas worldwide. They'll offer fans a preview of material from their upcoming album on an international tour of Australia, Malaysia and the Philippines this April and May, as well as on a 10-city major market Canadian tour. Switchfoot's Jon Foreman will also open up the San Diego State Aztecs vs. BYU Cougars basketball game with the national anthem on Feb. 26. For upcoming tour dates, a behind-the-scenes clip of the band in the studio working on the new album and more, go to www.switchfoot.com.
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