In an industry in which rebellion and outrage are forms of expression, Switchfoot stands alone.

As Christian rockers, they distinguish themselves as musicians who are true to their faith but cognizant that their songs can express facets of their lives beyond worship. As mainstream rockers, they stand out for clean lyrics, uplifting attitudes and a genuine desire to make the world a better place.

And that doesn’t mean just wearing a Livestrong bracelet or recording a public service announcement for the Boys & Girls Club.

No, Switchfoot, which performs Sept. 22 at Kenan Auditorium as part of a co-headling tour with Anberlin, works closely with Habitat for Humanity, To Write Love on Her Arms and organizations that help people overcome poverty, homelessness and mental health issues.

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