Cincinnati indie rock band Okay Lindon have released another single in advance of their next album. The album will be a departure from their quirky brand of alternative rock, this time heading into reggae territory. While an unconventional move, for sure, the seasoned band have the ability to pull it off. Plus, the reggae sounds fit the new material well. Founder Dustin Smith claims, “In this song I’m calling out aspects of my evangelical upbringing as ‘escapist theology’ which focused so heavily on an afterlife, that the joys of experiencing union with Christ in the physical world, ourselves, and others is lost. In the same manner, any sense of personal responsibility for the injustices of the here and now are often take a backseat to the ‘who’s in and who’s out’ of the future. I’m paraphrasing Athanasius and Philippians 2:5-7 in verse 2.”
Album can be pre-ordered at http://www.poptek.com/okay- lindon/ What’s more is that all proceeds go to Shared Harvest Food Bank. Every dollar raised provides 8 meals.