When it comes to good old-fashioned rock-n-roll, the band just couldn't resist the classic organ sound layered in with acoustic and electric guitars. One element of their sound that is most unique is their frequent "conversations" between the acoustic lead, violin and vocal parts. They discovered this amazing and most enjoyable relationship during their frequent appearances making this a natural trademark of the band. Many of the contributing songwriters on the project are Israeli citizens who love the Land and G-d's people and serve in congregations there. Lev Shelo hopes to honor their work with their interpretations of their creations. Or HaOlam, meaning, "Light of the World" (from Isaiah 49:6) in Hebrew, speaks of the hope that there is Light in the darkness around us. What better way to express this than with music?! And what better way to teach the world with the good news of the One who brought that Light into the world?