This Goshen, IN quintet are as straight forward about their sound as they are about their perceived mission. It’s easy to imagine once you’ve heard Kingston Falls’ songs that they believe deeply in the music that they make, an idea that in itself isn’t all that novel. What separates them from the rest is the sense of intimacy they get from their fans and the feeling that when a fan opens his/her heart to Kingston Falls it’s a very special thing. Kingston Falls has survived on a steady diet of hopes and dreams, enough to render any band downhearted and defeatist. But hope is what Kingston Falls does best: “We have a responsibility to indulge our hopes by providing hope for our brothers and sisters. In our own small way perhaps the greatest opportunity for us to do this in our lifetime is through this record. We will live this opportunity and make the most of it providing hope to others. This is what Kingston Falls is made to do.” And they do it with crucial certainty, because for Kingston Falls there’s no other way.