Thousand Foot Krutch offer two free remixes

Thousand Foot Krutch have released two remixed songs from their acclaimed album The End Is Where We Begin.

The popular Canadian rockers promised to put together free remixes if their album - released back in April - reached the Billboard Top 20 for overall music sales.

The album was a roaring success, handing the band their highest sales debut ever - with No 1 on the Hard Rock and Christian/Gospel-Mainstream, No 3 on Alternative and No 14 on the Billboard Top 200.

The remixes are Aaron Sprinkle's take on the hit single "Let The Sparks Fly" and Solomon Old's version of "Light Up The Sky".

They are available to download for free from

"We don't look at the people who support this band as ‘fans’, we look at them as friends and family," says TFK front man Trevor McNevan.

“We said we would give them the remixes if we hit Top 20, and they made it happen. I’m stoked to get these tracks out there for everyone to hear.”

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