In 2007, Alabama-based Rush of Fools self-titled debut exploded at radio, garnering 4 Dove nominations and producing the Radio and Records 2007 Song of the Year with 'Undo.' Their sophomore release Wonder Of The World features more of the passionate lyrics and contemporary, hooky melodies that launched the band's successful career.
'We always put our hearts and souls into the lyrics, because if we're going to be writing songs about God, they better be true, they better be good, and they better be honest,' (lead guitar) Kevin Huguley says. 'It's that creativity in our lyrics and now our music as well that shows where our progress has been. We strived hard to not shy away from the tough lyrics about our own sins and struggles. But now we've created this new version of our own band because there's a new musicality to it.'
'It doesn't matter what aspect of life you're working on, you always have to learn how to recreate something,' (singer and guitarist) Wes Willis says. 'You always have to learn how to grow and change, and from a musical aspect, that's definitely what we've done with this album. There was a lot of growth, I think, but not too far away from worship, because that's who we are.'