An Album With an Emphasize on Worship Posted September 02, 2020 By GraceChaves_NRT, Staff Reviewer
What You Need To Know
Jeremy Camp is an amazing artist who has been in the music industry for years. He's released hit songs like "Walk by Faith," "There Will Be A Day," "Keep Me in the Moment," and others. Earlier this year, a movie came out about his life called I Still Believe, which is based on the story of his first wife, Melissa, who died of cancer, and Jeremy's highly successful song "I Still Believe." Two years after Melissa died, Jeremy met his second wife, Adrienne Liesching, former lead singer of The Benjamin Gate. Jeremy and Adrienne recently teamed up for their latest project, The Worship Project. This is the first time the couple has ever released an album together. It features six brand new tracks that both Jeremy and Adrienne sing on together.
What it Sounds Like
Worship is in the name of this new album, and it truly is filled with worship. Each song could easily be sung at church. With the acoustic guitars and keyboards that are featured frequently throughout this record and the powerful lyrics that are in every song, this new album has a church-like feel to it. Jeremy and Adrienne have both been making music on their own solo endeavors for a long time, so it's exciting that they decided to finally release a project together. Their voices blend so well.
Since this pandemic started, we've all faced a lot. Jeremy and Adrienne wrote most songs out of their struggles. There's a consistent theme throughout this album of who Jesus is. The album begins with "Your Way Yahweh," and closes out with "Isn't The Name." The names of Jesus are repeated multiple times throughout this record, echoing that Jesus is all we need in this life. Right now, what we all need is a reminder of who Jesus is and how He is all we need. This album gives us that reminder.
Best Song on the Record
It's hard to single out one song because each one is so powerful. However, "Whatever May Come" really stands out to me. It's a beautiful reminder that this broken world will one day be renewed. In the meantime, we can call on God and fall on our knees in the middle of all the fear and pain. It's such an uplifting song with such encouraging lyrics. "I will call, I will call upon You/Whatever I face You are with me/I will fall, I will fall on my knees/For every heartbreak You will hold me."
Overall, Jeremy and Adrienne released an amazing album. I hope that we'll hear more new music from them soon because this new record is so great. If you're looking for a new worship album, look no further. Stream The Worship Project on Apple Music and Spotify.