Australian alt rock duo For King & Country received two Grammys from Sunday night’s (Feb. 8) awards. Marking their first-ever nominations, the now Nashville-based brothers, Joel and Luke Smallbone, took home awards for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for their sophomore effort, ‘Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong.’, and Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song for their collaboration with rapper Lecrae on the song, ‘Messengers.’

“We’re incredibly humbled by these two Grammys,” the brothers said in a press release. “Yes, they represent a song and an album, but more than that they recognize hope-filled music and the power of partnership … partnership with our families, Lecrae, producers, our band, record label and most importantly, partnership with our supporters.”

Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong.’ followed For King & Country’s 2012 debut, ‘Crave.’