GRAMMY Award-winning rock band Switchfoot scores their 11th Top 10 album on Billboard's Christian Album chart this week. Interrobang enters at No. 6 with 4,000 units (3,000 in album sales).
Switchfoot has charted a total of 16 entries on Top Christian Albums beginning in 1999. Their most success album to date is The Beautiful Letdown, which ruled for 38 weeks in 2004-05, fueled by the top 20 Billboard Hot 100 crossover hits "Meant to Live" and "Dare You to Move."
The band defines interrobang as "a question mark, an exclamation mark, together." The 12-track project finds the team asking questions about life and faith.
"More than ever, we want our music to be a bridge, reaching out with melody and lyrics to sing an honest song for anyone who's got ears to hear," Foreman said regarding the new album in a statement.
"Interrobang is an album that celebrates the journey, even when the arrival is unsure," he added. "'Interrobang' is the sound of joy and pain, faith and doubt against the backdrop of the strangest, most difficult year we've ever experienced."
The new set, titled "Interrobang," marks Switchfoot's follow-up to 2019's "Native Tongue." With production assist from the legendary Tony Berg (Paul McCartney, Phoebe Bridgers, Kimbra), interrobang promises Switchfoot fans old and new a fresh, never-before-seen take on the modern rock mainstays.