Rescue, the new EP from multi-award-winning Canadian artist and songwriter Jordan St. Cyr, is out now. Released on September 8 (BEC Recordings), the project features three versions of the title track–the previously released studio version, one that includes GRAMMY Award-winning artist and songwriter Tiffany Hudson (Elevation Worship), along with an acoustic version. Click here to listen to all three renditions.
“Releasing this EP with two new versions of my song ‘Rescue’ is really a celebration of the trials God has brought me through,” St. Cyr explains. “The raw and intimate acoustic version takes me right back to that hard season and my faithful God, while the Tiffany Hudson feature gives it a whole new worshipful sound. I’m excited for people to hear it.”
St. Cyr, who penned the song with Jonathan Gamble and Justin Amundrud, was inspired to write “Rescue” during a particularly rough couple of weeks for him and his family. “Life felt impossible, but the promise of Jesus held true,” he previously shared. “When things got chaotic, our rescue was His peace. He is the calm in the storm, and his faithfulness never left us. Not even once.”
A music video for “Rescue,” directed by Elliott Eicheldinger, has also been released and can be viewed here.
St. Cyr will be sharing “Rescue” along with many other hits beginning next month when he joins the Mac Powell & Friends Tour that runs through November. St. Cyr shares, “I cannot wait to hit the road with Mac, along with Brandon Heath, and Rhett Walker! This tour is going to be one for the books and I couldn’t be more grateful to be in such good company.” Be sure to visit his tour page for more information on where the tour is headed.