Switchfoot has released a new live video for “Native Tongue”.
The video was filmed on February 16 at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA. It was produced by Switchfoot and directed by Erick Frost at Atlanta’s historic Tabernacle, captures the GRAMMY-Award winning rock band’s signature high-energy performance and passionate connection with their fans.
“We love Atlanta and we love the Tabernacle. Such an amazing venue with an incredible crowd. The room was electric and the video captures the energy. This song speaks to our times: we are a house divided. Yet underneath the language of fear or hatred, love is our native tongue. To see a roomful of people set aside their differences to sing one song together is a powerful moment.” – Frontman Jon Foreman.
The Native Tongue Tour coincides with the release of Switchfoot’s chart-topping, critically-acclaimed album, Native Tongue, via Fantasy Records. Switchfoot launched the North American leg of the tour, which features support acts Tyson Motsenbocker and Colony House, with sold-out shows at the Orange Peel in Asheville and the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.
Throughout the tour, Switchfoot is partnering with Food for the Hungry, an international relief and development organization, to raise money for programs that help communities in 17 countries around the world move from extreme poverty to self-sustainability.
Produced by Switchfoot
Director: Erick Frost
Editor: Jordan Harris
Lighting Director: John Hansen
FOH Engineer: Ryan Nichols
Mixing and Mastering: Tanner Sparks
Camera Operators – Dynamo Studios
Student – Reed Schick
Instructor – Jered Scott