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Jordan St. Cyr self-titled album review


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Singer and songwriter Jordan St. Cyr, on March 4, released his debut full-length album. The self-titled project with BEC Recordings features “Fires” and “Weary Traveler,” is available now, off BEC Recordings.

St. Cyr is also celebrating his current single “Weary Traveler” at No. 1 on radio’s AC Indicator Chart for its third week in a row.

With the release of his album, St. Cyr shares, “My prayer for this album is that these songs would bring comfort and joy to those who hear them. It is also my prayer that listeners would be more hopeful and open to the depths of God’s love for them knowing that their circumstances are not a reflection of how God feels about them, rather that their circumstances would reveal the closeness and nearness of the Holy Spirit.”


Honestly, the stylings of each song on the album can best be compared to Tenth Avenue North, Brandon Heath, and Jeremy Camp. The pop flare definitely spells that of Tenth Ave, however, the lyrical stylings really scream more Jeremy Camp than that of Brandon Heath, though the sound is there – especially on songs like, “No Matter What,” and “Grateful.”

Spiritual Insight…

Songs like, “Weary Traveler,” speak of the fact that we’re all on a journey. That journey may be filled with disappointment in life, but the words of the song with us hope and tell us it’s okay to come back home. A remarkable prayer is lifted up as you hear the words to, “Be My Defender.” When we’re “tired of fighting” the battles of this life, God is our defender.

Recommended Download…

Probably the best track to download on this album has to be, “Fires.” It speaks of our redemption and that God is still there for us. Even despite how many times we might fall, because of God’s mercy and grace, we can still walk with God.


Jordan St. Cyr’s self-titled album is a collection of songs that take us on a spiritual journey. With uplifting songs, spiritual ballads, and songs that declare hope, this album is sure to help on anyone’s spiritual journey. If I had to rate it, I would give this album 4.5 out of 5 stars.


Jordan St. Cyr’s self-titled debut album is available now on all digital and stream platforms through BEC Recordings.

Our Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.
Thomas Lineweaver
Thomas Lineweaverhttps://tommyclineweaver.com
Thomas Lineweaver is a real likable guy with a passion for technology, design, music, and helping mankind. He is an accomplished journalist, writer, and podcaster since 2012. He currently resides in Nashville, TN with his husband Michael.


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