Sea of Faces

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Sea Of Faces
Kutless - Sea of Faces.jpg
Studio album by Kutless
Released February 24, 2004
Recorded Compound Recording
Genre Christian rock, post-grunge, hard rock, alternative metal, nu metal
Length 38:12
Label BEC
Producer Aaron Sprinkle
Kutless chronology
Sea of Faces
Strong Tower
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Christianity Today 3/5 stars[2]
Cross Rhythms 9/10 stars[3]
Jesus Freak Hideout 3/5 stars[4]

Sea of Faces is the second full-length album released by Christian rock group Kutless, released through BEC Records in 2004. The song "Treason" was once the No. 1 song on, and Sea of Faces in the Top 5. The album reached No. 97 on the Billboard 200, the first time the band was on that chart, and No. 3 on the Billboard Top Christian Albums, the first top ten on this chart.[citation needed] "All of the Words" was featured in an episode of Scrubs titled "My Bright Idea".[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Jon Micah Sumrall, Kyle Mitchell, James Mead, Ryan Shrout & Aaron Sprinkle.

Album release
No. Title Length
1. "Not What You See" 2:57
2. "All Alone" 3:48
3. "Better for You" 3:25
4. "Sea of Faces" 3:35
5. "Let You In" (featuring Ryan Clark of Demon Hunter) 3:14
6. "Passion" 3:05
7. "Perspectives" 3:30
8. "Treason" 3:24
9. "All the Words" 3:47
10. "Troubled Heart" 3:29
11. "It's Like Me" 3:57
Total length: 38:11

Band members[edit]

  • Jon Micah Sumrall - vocals
  • James Mead - guitar
  • Ryan Shrout - guitar
  • Kyle Zeigler - bass
  • Kyle Mitchell - drums

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Album Source
2004 Not What You See Sea of Faces YouTube Go
2004 Sea of Faces Sea of Faces YouTube Go

The video of "Not What You See" consists of the band playing on a stage in a white room. Powder is on the stage which adds to the visual of the band jumping up and down. The video appears to be in black and white but actually has some color to it.

The video of "Sea of Faces" shows the band playing in a dark room much like their video for "Run". Also shows is Jon Micah Sumrall walking along the streets along with many other different people.


On 2005, the album was nominated for a Dove Award for Rock Album of the Year at the 36th GMA Dove Awards.[5]


  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Christianity Today review
  3. ^ Cross Rhythms review
  4. ^ Jesus Freak Hideout review
  5. ^ 2005 Dove Awards - 36th Annual Dove Awards on; Jones, Kim