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Two members of the Christian band, The Afters, met while working at a Starbucks. The group has certainly brewed up another winner with its sixth studio album, “Fear No More.” It’s a personal album dealing with vulnerability and hope. The crown jewel of the songs is “Well Done,” written in response to the death of band member Josh Haven’s father. Part of the lyric says, “I’m waiting my whole life for that day/until then I’ll live to hear you say/well done, well down, my good and faithful one.” The song has touched numerous people who have terminally ill family members. The title track (“Fear No More”) is based upon member Jordan Mohilowski’s battle with anxiety. One simple line says, “I will trust you Lord, I will fear no more.” Two other songs, “Welcome to the Future” and “Lighting,” are fun songs with dance beats. The Afters make music that resonates with folks, and this effort is no different. (Fair Trade Services)

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