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Esterlyn's Greatest project yet!
Posted July 27, 2010
By ice_man01,


Esterlyn's newest project “Call Out” is their best work yet! With great vocals that remind us of Switchfoot and Needtobreathe, and great song writing, this album does not disappoint!

While the band leaves their contemporary sound for praise and worship, they stay true to their signature style and sound.

Their title song “Call out” is a reminder to believers to call out to God in times of need; a good message in these uncertain times. Also this song sets the mood of praise and worship for the rest of the album.

“Can’t Miss This” is a song of uncertainty. We walk the road of life and search for our purpose and the meaning of life and think we see signs of God’s purpose for us, but were never sure, so we just have to listen and trust God.

“Now You’re Found” and “Esther” are alter calls, and reminders that no matter what’s going on in your life, whether you're lost, hurting, all alone, left in darkness, in doubt or shame, come lay your burdens down and rest in his arms and he will take your burdens away.

“Freedom Is Here” is a song of our redemption and of the joy and freedom we have as believers!

“"El Shaddai”, “The Lord is Good”, and “Treasure” are songs of praise, giving God the glory and giving him our lives.

While this album may not be on the top of your list to listen to, it should not be over looked.
Esterlyn brings their unique style and sound to this album, along with great song writing, making it a great cd to have in any collection!

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