No Changin' Us

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After Point of Grace’s last album, How You Live, cracked the country albums chart, the celebrated contemporary Christian music trio returns with a country-pop blend. “No Changin’ Us” asserts that even though the group’s sound has changed slightly, its overall message is intact. Songs like the standout “Love and Laundry” and “The Greatest Show on Earth” revel in the joys and trials of today’s working mothers, while the nostalgic “Hometown” remembers a childhood oasis that fades like a Dr. Pepper sign / It always lets you go just to welcome you back.
Point of Grace balances these songs with Christian-themed tunes like “Come to Jesus” and “What About Jesus,” which sound like songs Carrie Underwood might record (a la “Jesus, Take the Wheel” or “Temporary Home”). If your taste in female trios runs more towards the flawless harmonies of SHeDAISY than the sassiness of the Dixie Chicks, Point of Grace is a safe bet.

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