Jordan St. Cyr Drops New Self-Titled Album

Mar 05 2022

Singer and songwriter Jordan St. Cyr officially releases his debut full-length album. The self-titled project with BEC Recordings features "Fires" and "Weary Traveler," which goes into street week holding No. 1 at radio for the straight fifth week on the AC Indicator Chart.

"My prayer for this album is that these songs would bring comfort and joy to those who hear them," St. Cyr explains about the album's release. "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."

Jordan St. Cyr has been able to share more about his new album with outlets such as the Matthew West Podcast, K-LOVE's Skip & Amy After The Show, CFN/Catholic Faith Network, Today's Christian Entertainment, while more interviews are upcoming. An album review is also live with Jesus Freak Hideout, sharing, "This truly is a solid pop record. Those in search of uplifting, up-tempo, and encouraging pop music need look no appears that with his self-titled introduction that he's just getting started, and given the impact and quality of the start, it wouldn't surprise if St. Cyr is around to stay."

Jordan St. Cyr began the year being named the No. 2 Top New Christian Artist of 2021, according to Billboard, which also listed his song "Fires" in four of the top year-end Christian songs charts. "Fires" spent an astounding 45 weeks at radio and became a top 5 hit, while top charter "Weary Traveler" continues to be added and heard on stations across the U.S., also climbing to No. 4 on the NCA Monitored and No. 5 on AC Monitored.

He has been sharing his songs on the road as well. Wrapping his tour with Anne Wilson in February, St. Cyr will join Jeremy Camp's "I Still Believe Tour," which kicks off March 10, followed by a tour with Unspoken later this spring running into early summer. Concertgoers will get to hear "Fires," "Weary Traveler," and many more songs and stories live. Visit his tour page for more the most updated tour schedule.

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