What Justyn means to say is they have no punk. While their sound is quite different, it has matured into music with deep and thoughtful lyrics and a sound that resonates with a hurting soul ("Air For Free," "Prodigal") yet still retains some elements of their younger sound ("Cat," "Mrs. Hippopotamuses"). There are no explicit Christian lyrics (besides, of course, those in the on-the-nose track "God"), but it's entirely apparent that God's hope and joy was a main influence in crafting this album.
Whatever Relient K once had is gone. No spark, no fun, no spunk, and sadly no Christian message in their music.
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