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April 20, 2021 57 min
Passionate vocals and memorable guitar hooks set Boiling Point apart from the status quo. More importantly, what keeps people coming back is the band’s emotional depth and willingness to be real with their fans through their songs, their live performances and their life's example.

Boiling Point have been steadily growing as an act since their first full length release “Rules Of The Broken” in 2010. The 2012 follow up EP “If Love” showcased the band’s growing both lyrically and sonically. With their 3rd release “More” on September 16, 2014 the band’s goal was to delight their loyal fan-base and expand upon it by exciting those hearing their music for the first time. Boiling Point's 4th effort, "More: Sessions & Remixes," released in December of 2015, built upon the success they found with "More."

The band's latest release, "Take Courage" is being lauded as the bands best effort yet with songs already charting on Billboard.

Boiling Point’s dynamic live performances have positioned them to share the stage with such CCM Stars as Switchfoot, Third Day, Thousand Foot Krutch, Kari Jobe, and Red. It’s also taken them to some lofty stages in front of large audiences: Lifelight Fesival – 2012 & 2014; Minnesota State Fair - 2012, 2013 & 2014; Sonshine Festival - 2012 & 2014; and Schwan’s USA Youth Cup (Main Stage Featured band – 15,000) 2014. The band also hones its live craft with performances throughout the Midwest with performances at churches, Youth Camps, and retreats.

Other career highlights include exposure through ESPN College Football Live (songs used for weekly highlights throughout the 2012 and 2013 College Seasons) and Frequent use of songs by KSTP-45 TV (Twin Cities) to promote prep sports in Minnesota (both for game use and promotional TV spots). Boiling Point has over 57 million cumulative YouTube views via various videos.

Boiling Point has also experienced significant success on radio for an independent band. Their song "Stay With Me" reached #12 on the CMW charts, while their songs "Put Your Hands Up" & "Brand New Day" rose to #9 and #7, respectively.

The band’s name demonstrates its thoughtful nature and range of emotions. The boiling point is that point at which water evaporates – representing a fundamental change even while the elements remain the same. At the boiling point, we are energized and dispersed. The band hopes to reflect that enormous energy while recognizing the cathartic change and the challenges that remain even after the boiling point has been reached. Boiling Point’s music harnesses the fun, exciting parts of life, but is not afraid to explore the deeply challenging times we all face. Energetic new songs like “More,” “Brand New Day” and “Put Your Hands Up” mix with emotionally raw and haunting songs like “When You’ve Lost It All” and “Reason.”

The band believes that a person can experience this same type of change after encountering God. While this is the driving force behind Boiling Point, they differ by using a less literal approach to songwriting. The lyrics are more subtle and nuanced, and do not always address faith literally, but they will always reflect a positive position that will lead a person in a quest for a positive answer to a difficult question. Boiling Point believes that we live in a world where the sacred and the secular, while being separately defined, are inextricably interwoven. The result of this "marriage of ideology" is intended to emphasize the positive response to one’s need for clarity of life. The band appeals to both religious and secular audiences, striving to always communicate a message of hope and grace through its lyrics and music.
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