Accompanied by a music video for title track
√ Project offers three renditions of "Rescue," one includes Elevation Worship's Tiffany Hudson
“Rescue,” the new EP from multi-award-winning Canadian artist and songwriter Jordan St. Cyr, is out now. Released on Sept. 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 explained. "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 released and can be viewed below.
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 shared, “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.
More About Jordan St. Cyr
Juno Award-winner Jordan St. Cyr is a husband and a father of two boys and two girls. His first career hit single, "Fires," appeared on the Billboard Christian Airplay charts for 45 weeks and went top 5, reaching millions weekly, while his follow-up single, "Weary Traveler,” hit No. 1 for multiple weeks on multiple charts.
Along with his first Juno win earlier this year (for Best Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year for “Jordan St. Cyr”), he is also a six-time 2023 GMA Covenant Award winner, receiving the most awards during the ceremony (top artist, album, Male Vocalist of the Year, Best Pop Song – “Fires," Live Music Artist, and AC Artist). St. Cyr was also a double-nominee at the 2022 GMA Dove Awards for Best New Artist and Short Form Video Of The Year (Concept) for "Weary Traveler."
Over the past couple of years, St. Cyr has toured with Jeremy Camp, Colton Dixon, Anne Wilson, We Are Messengers, and the K-LOVE Christmas Tour along with Crowder, Matt Maher and Katy Nichole.
St. Cyr has had the opportunity to work alongside many amazing songwriters, producer, and artists who have encouraged him along his journey. He has played numerous events of all sizes, and that has revealed to him humanity’s deep desire for meaningful connection and the hope to find something more vibrant than our current reality.
With songs such as "Fires," "Weary Traveler," and "Rescue," St. Cyr continues on a pursuit of hope, even in our darkest moments, to know that God gives us stories to share and encourage one another through our fires and weary travels, to give us strength in the midst of them.
For more information, go to jordanstcyr.com.