Wrapping up their 40+ date Prodigal Tour, the members of Sidewalk Prophets keep breaking new ground with music that hits chords in a world desperate for hope and truth. One song "Impossible" from their latest release called "Something Different," speaks loud and clear about God doing the impossible. Check out the recently released music video and get your tickets today to hear Sidewalk Prophets live in concert at SpiritSong!

About Sidewalk Prophets
Their background may have made it look easy—after all, Sidewalk Prophets toured with Jeremy Camp and Audio Adrenaline on the strength of independent albums, then rode the popularity of their first Word Records release, These Simple Truths, to a Dove Award for Best New Artist and a nomination for Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year. "The Words I Would Say" hit #3, "You Can Have Me" went Top 20, a Christmas single, "Hope Was Born This Night," hit the Top 10, and "You Love Me Anyway" went all the way to #1 on the Billboard Christian Singles chart. The band has toured with MercyMe and Francesca Battistelli, among others, and landed another Dove nomination for Group of the Year in 2011.

This alternative-minded Christian rock group formed in 2003 when founding members Dave Frey and Ben McDonald were attending college at Anderson University. A roughly recorded demo was entered into an on-campus contest, which eventually led them to meetings with record executives and large-scale performances. With Frey on lead vocals and McDonald on guitar, the group was filled out with bassist Cal Joslin, drummer Justin Nace, and now guitarist Shaun Tomczak.

They completed a self-titled and independently released album in 2003, which they followed with 2007's You Love Me Anyway EP, also independently released. These strong self-released sounds scored Sidewalk Prophets opening slots on tours with bigger acts Audio Adrenaline and Jeremy Camp and they eventually signed to Word Records, which released 2009's These Simple Truths and 2012's Live Like That. Sidewalk Prophets toured constantly, their records charted with every release, and they were granted the Dove Award for Best New Artist in 2009. By the time of 2013's holiday-themed album Merry Christmas to You, the band was frequently playing to arena-sized crowds. The more energetic and rock-tinged Something Different followed in 2015.
- credit www.SidewalkProphets.com and Fred Thomas

Here are the lyrics to "Impossible"

They tell me that I can't
Tell me that I won't
Tell me that I'm washed up
Tell me that I'm broke
They tell me that I don't
Don't have what it takes
Tell me that I'm crazy
Hanging on by faith
Tell me I'm a lost cause
I'm a hopeless soul
Just stand back watch my God do

The impossible, the impossible
Everything is possible
With him everything is possible, is possible
Everything is possible
Everything is possible

Precious God you bring life from death
With your word all of time began
Is possible, the impossible
Everything is possible
Watch our God do the impossible

Some would say it's foolish
Stepping on the ways
Some would say it's over
When you're buried in the grave
We're calling all the dreamers
With passion in their eyes
Calling all believers out into the light
Even when it's hopeless
Out of our control
Just let go, watch our God do

The impossible, the impossible
Everything is possible
With him everything is possible, is possible
Everything is possible
Everything is possible

Precious God you bring life from death
With your word all of time began
Is possible, the impossible
Everything is possible
Watch our God do the impossible

When our God speaks
The mountains roar
The whole earth trembles with the throne
Though this life can be
His glorious break enlights the sun
When our hope is lost
When our strength is gone
He is rising up
We will overcome

The impossible, the impossible
Everything is possible
With him everything is possible, is possible
Everything is possible
Everything is possible

Precious God you bring life from death
With your word all of time began
Is possible, the impossible
Everything is possible
Watch our God do the impossible

When our hope is lost
When our strength is gone
He is rising up
We will overcome