Official Music Video for “Running With Giants” by Thousand Foot Krutch
Subscribe for more music from Thousand Foot Krutch: http://bit.ly/1OTxI34
Download the song on iTunes: http://tfkmusic.co/RunningWithGiants

Listen to more of TFK’s music!
iTunes: http://tfkmusic.co/iTunes
Spotify: http://tfkmusic.co/Spotify
Amazon: http://amzn.to/1RaljLm

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thousandfootkrutch
Twitter: https://twitter.com/OfficialTFK
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tfkofficial

source

45 COMMENTS

  1. the early 90's: trevor's rap/hip hop years. Trevor mcnevan releases an all hip hop/rap cassette in 91' when he was just 13 years old.

    95' – 96': Oddball is founded by trevor mcnevan, dave smith, tim baxter and neil anderson and releases their first album called "shutterbug". Oddball disbanded in 96' and neil anderson left for Three Days Grace which was a cover band for Oddball and future TFK.

    97' – 99': Thousand Foot Krutch is founded by trevor mcnevan, dave smith, tim baxter and christian harvey and releases their first album called "that's what people do" in 97'. Tim baxter left TFK in 98' and was replaced by joel bruyere in 99'. Christian harvey left TFK in 99' and was replaced by johnny orbital in that same year. that's what people do went through a re-issue and was signed by skeeter records.

    00' – 02': Thousand Foot Krutch releases their second album called "set it off" in 00'. The line up was trevor mcnevan, dave smith, joel bruyere and johnny orbital. This must of meant that joel bruyere knew and associated with dave smith at one point in his career basically playing with the OG guitarist of Oddball and TFK. Jeff laforet AKA Johnny orbital left TFK in 01' and was replaced by steve augustine in the same year. This must of meant that steve augustine was playing with the OG guitarist of Oddball and TFK dave smith as well and was playing set it off songs in concert when it was new. Dave smith left TFK in 02' making trevor mcnevan the only Oddball and TFK OG in the band and making TFK into a three piece band where trevor has to play guitar and sing at the same time til this very day. The modern day TFK line up trevor mcnevan, joel bruyere and steve augustine was formed in 02'. Many people believe that TFK did not become whole not until joel bruyere and steve augustine entered the band and everyone else left because TFK's peak was during this line up. Set it off was signed and released by DJD records. DJD is an abbreviation for DJ dove. DJ dove used to be apart of TFK during their formation and used to be apart of Oddball as well. You can hear many DJ dove's scratches and beats in TFK's and Oddball's music for example: Prewreckwissit, sunshyne and set it off. Apparently DJ dove started his own record company.

    03': Thousand Foot Krutch releases their third album called "phenomenon" in 03'. They got signed by tooth and nail records and became the first TFK album that aaron sprinkle produced. Phenomenon became tooth and nail's best selling record of that time.
    04': Thousand Foot Krutch releases their 04' remastered version of set it off under the newly formed line up with DJ circa being the new DJ.
    05' – 06': Thousand Foot Krutch releases their fourth album called "the art of breaking" in 05', again with tooth and nail being their record label. Tooth and nail would be their record label until 11' when they would bail out and become independent. Arnold Lanni produced the album.
    07' – 08': Thousand Foot Krutch releases their fifth album called "the flame in all of us" in 07'. Ken Andrews produced the album.
    09' – 11': Thousand Foot Krutch releases their sixth album called "welcome to the masquerade" in 09'. Aaron Sprinkle produced the album and welcome to the masquerade was TFK's second album to be produced by aaron sprinkle. This personally is my favorite TFK album right next to that's what people do and set it off because of the lyrical themes. The album talked about people hiding things in their life and hiding their frustrations. Trevor said in an interview "Each song is kind of dealing with those different situations. Some of it is just saying, 'I've been through this, and this is how I found hope in this situation." Basically the album got me through a lot of hard times. In 11', TFK bails out of tooth and nail records and becomes independent.
    12' – 13': Thousand Foot Krutch releases their seventh album called "the end is where we begin" in 12'. This is their peak. This album is their greatest album to date and many people agree. This album went no. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums shockingly enough. The album was produced by aaron sprinkle and trevor himself. TFK was basically on the map by this time.
    14' – 15': Thousand Foot Krutch releases their eighth album called "oxygen: inhale" in 14'. The oxygen albums are double albums and you would think that the albums would be released on the same year. This album was released independently and was produced by aaron sprinkle and trevor himself. Apparently TFK had to raise funds in order to make this album weirdly enough. TFK did so well with the end is where we begin album you would think that the band members would be rolling in dough right now.
    16' – present: Thousand Foot Krutch releases their ninth album called "exhale" in 16' which is apart of the oxygen: inhale album making the double album complete (as far as we know). Aaron sprinkle produced the album. It's been 4 years now and still no new album. Usually it takes TFK to complete an album within 2 years tops. During the mid 2000's TFK was busting out albums every single year for 3 years straight. The longest wait TFK fans ever had to wait was the that's what people do album to the set it off album and the set it off album to the phenomenon album. It took so long to bust those albums out because TFK at that time did not have the equipment like they have now. So it might be a very long time until we see another TFK album. Let's hope that TFK doesn't disband or trevor mcnevan doesn't leave the band. If trevor mcnevan leaves the band then I hope that TFK will replace him with marc haley from LikeDavid or zo vizza from Pulse Ultra like how Evans Blue replaced kevin matisyn with dan chandler that would be nice.

  2. FRIST THEY ARE GOOD FOR A CHRISTIAN BAND AND A GOOD BAND BOTTOM LINE. I BEEN A HARDCORE FAN 4 A LONG ASS TIME NOW AROUND SINCE 2005 TO 2007 FRIST CD I BOUGHT WAS SET IT OFF A FAVORITE OF MINE LOL CRAZY AS HELL BUT STILL MY FAVORITE ALBUM FROM THEM. U KNOW IT ANT EASY TO PICK UP A MIC N START RAPPING N PUT ON A GUITAR 🎸 PEOPLE JUST CAN'T GET THE HANG OF IT THIS WONDERFUL RAPPING, KIDS THEY JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND..

  3. I’ve never really stopped to admire the simplicity of this video until now. I’ve seen it many times but it just hit me how simple yet well done it is. It’s just them, their instruments, some lights, and a giant canvas in what appears to be a warehouse style space. Just some dudes being raw and rocking out. It’s really authentic and captures their essence yet without the flash of a storyline music video. I love that a lot.

  4. This band seriously needs some Linkin Park popularity. This is pretty much christian Linkin Park with a bit of Skillet, Breaking Benjamin, and Evanesecence.

    You could also say Linkin Park is non-christian Thousand Foot Krutch.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here