Beginning with brothers Jonathan and Tim Foreman and their buddy Chad Butler, Switchfoot's leap from beach town garage band to international phenomenon seemed almost instantaneous. A homemade demo found its way to the hands of Christian rock forefather Charlie Peacock, after which it quickly morphed into their 1997 debut The Legend of Chin. After the success of their debut and follow-up record, the band added keyboardist Jerome Fontamillas in 2000 and recorded a third CD. That album, Learning to Breathe, served as their bridge to the mainstream with several tracks (including the huge hit "Dare You to Move") landing on the soundtrack on Mandy Moore's 2002 blockbuster A Walk to Remember. Frontman Jon Foreman even recorded a duet with the film's star. From there it was only a short hop to Sony's roster for their first mainstream label release, Beautiful Letdown, which hit No. 1 on the Christian charts and No. 16 on Billboard's Top-200, much in thanks to the break-out hit "Meant to Live." They threw one more log on the fire -- adding touring buddy and guitarist Andrew Shirley -- for their 2005 release, Nothing Is Sound, which yielded "Stars," a song that contained one of the most fet... See More
Switchfoot Concert Films
Live in San Diego
Runtime: 1 hr 4 minSwitchfoot's spiritual alt-rock style comes alive in an enthusiastic hometown show captured on Live In San Diego. The quintet delivers powerful tunes from their 2003 debut The Beautiful Letdown, including Meant to Live and Dare You to Move.
Switchfoot Top Tracks
Welcome to the Masquerade
Thousand Foot Krutch
Runtime: 49 minIf you didn't get to see Thousand Foot Krutch on their last tour, here's your chance to capture the concert in sparkling audio and video! Featuring a blend of songs from Welcome To The Masquerade and favorites from past releases, This concert film set gives you front row seats for a rockin' good time.
Into The Light: Live In Concert
Runtime: 57 minSeveral years ago, when Matthew West invited people to share their stories to serve as inspiration for an upcoming album, he had no idea it would be the start of an amazing journey that would forever change his music, ministry and life.
Of Dirt and Grace
Runtime: 1 hr 28 minThe essence and inspiration of the album Empires was the beatitudes and it was always an aspiration to film where Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount and to present the songs in a live format. Filmed in Jerusalem and surrounding areas, this is a unique take on many of the songs from United's most recent release, Empires. With breathtaking imagery and impacting visuals and audio, this live project is one of the most unique to come out of Hillsong.
Live At Soundstage
Runtime: 54 minThe Fray packs a punch with an emotion-filled performance featuring songs from 2005’s How to Save A Life and their eponymous 2009 album The Fray. Singer Isaac Slade leads an expressive set, always connecting with the audience, as he belts out hits including “Never Say Never,” “How To Save A Life,” “You Found Me” and “Cable Car.”
Hits Deep Live
Runtime: 1 hr 8 minFans will get an up close and personal viewing of the highly acclaimed HITS DEEP TOUR, the nearly sold out arena tour that TobyMac embarked on. The concert captures Toby's signature blend of rock, pop, & hip-hop in this high-energy setting. Featuring some of his biggest hits from This Is Not A Test including Move (Keep Walkin') and Feel It, this live experience is a great addition to any TobyMac fan's collection.
Prove the Poets Wrong
Runtime: 33 minThis documentary by Eric Anderson features Rock-N-Roll band Needtobreathe and chronicles the struggles and successes they have encountered as they continue to strive to break into the mainstream music market.
The Live Room Sessions at RCA Studio A
For King & Country
Runtime: 22 minThe Live Room Sessions welcome two-time Grammy winning Australian duo, for KING & COUNTRY. The band takes their soaring melodies, driving rhythms, and theatrical instrumentation into historic RCA Studio A in Nashville, TN where they perform live 5 songs from their Grammy-winning sophomore record, Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong.
Runtime: 1 hr 12 minFor the true Mutemath fan, this film includes the entire performance, complete with moody stage lighting and crowd surfing by the bandmates themselves. The actual music is the highlight here, though, since a textured record like Armistice isn’t the easiest thing to re-create on-stage. As a result, Armistice Live isn’t your typical fans-only concert album; it’s a testament to Mutemath’s strength as a band, and arguably their most interesting release to date.