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Satellites&Sirens / Press

“Rock Recorded Song of the Year - “Anchor”; Satellites and Sirens; Satellites and Sirens; Geoffrey Hunker, Rusty Varenkamp, Jason Ingram; Word Records - “Dear X (You Don’t Own Me)”; Horseshoes & Handgrenades; Disciple; Kevin Young, Ben Glover, Rob Hawkins, INO Records - “Showstopper”; Tonight; tobyMac; Toby McKeehan, Chris Stevens; Forefront Records - “Start Again”; Innocence And Instinct; Red; Jasen Rauch, Rob Graves, Jason McArthur; Essential Recordings - “The Sound (John M. Perkins Blues)”; Hello Hurricane; Switchfoot; Jonathon Foreman, Tim Foreman; Atlantic Records, Credential Recordings”

“Thank you so much to everyone who entered our latest "Can YOU Sing?" cover competition! We loved hearing all these different takes on Gotye and Kimbra's Somebody That I Used To Know! Our winners, Satellites And Sirens, did something no one ever had for our contest before - they submitted a kickass dance remix!”

“In a recent interview with MTVMusic.com, the Satellites and Sirens guys talked about everything from being "animal friendly, but semi-allergic", to their love for God, Chicago Pizza and P90x!”

“CLOSING THOUGHTS Satellites & Sirens are back with Frequency, my top alternative rock album of the year from both the Christian and mainstream music markets. They list as their influences: Jimmy Eat World, The Killers, and 80's Music. They are a fantastic blend of those awesome musical styles, and with this album they have become my favorite Christian alternative rock band. I truly enjoyed their debut album and the stand-out hit songs “Breaking The Noise,” “Anchor” and “Take Me Back.” If you liked those songs, you’ll love this new album which is one of the catchiest and most hope-filled emotional rock albums I’ve ever heard. This is a five star album and is great for fans of alternative rock bands Abandon, Between The Trees, Deas Vail, House of Heroes, Mae, Death Cab for Cutie, The Killers and Jimmy Eat World, which are all my favorites. Frequency is by far the catchiest, most energetic and emotionally engaging alternative rock album I’ve heard this year.”