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Jean Beaudelaire’s new album, CONSTANT, features 10 original songs that reflect Jean’s own journey of faith and speak to any who have questioned their place on this earth and their standing in the eyes of God. “In my life, I’ve been through a lot and I’ve seen a lot of changes, but one thing has always stayed the same. God’s love for my life has never changed. His love is constant. No matter what people are going through or what questions they may have, my hope is that anyone who listens to this album will feel the hope and peace in their own lives that God wants to give to us all.”
This album was birthed out of my own struggle and journey with chronic illness. I call it my “Divine Detour.” In the midst of my own illness, my good friend and songwriting mentor discovered she had stage-4 lung cancer a few months ago. We both were enduring IV treatments together – with our outcomes hanging in the balance. I’m still here. She is not. But God is good regardless. I wrote many of these songs to help her through her battle with cancer. But I was also feeding my own soul by embedding truth into my weary body. I pray these songs bless and refresh you. That’s my hope. That’s why I do what I do.
As part of his body, the flavor of Jesus that we offer from our lives to others takes on different shapes and forms. God wired my spiritual love language to commune with him thru words and music, and my invitations to others to join me at the table takes on the form of songs. I was made to help people taste and see and commune with him thru music. I know that he takes common things like guitars and drums, just like bread and wine, and somehow lives in the worship that comes from those instruments. I’ve seen him giving life to people as they feasted on him in worship. I’ve scene the evidence, and the places where we worship start looking like rooms that Jesus is in- sick getting healed, the lost getting found, and demons fleeing in his presence.
I hope these songs help you commune with God and become more one with Him in Christ.
While still in Lake City, Fl I wrote a couple of songs that I wanted to be recorded. A few weeks went by, and a few members of my home church’s worship team and I composed the music that is on this EP. These lyrics come from a place of broken surrender and they both mean so much to me. I pray that these songs will touch any person who is wiling to listen.
Volume II, the second release from Minneapolis band Hope Hymns, is another album full of retuned hymns. This time around, the band chose not to do any covers. With the exception of track one, all of the melodies are original, as are the arrangements on all of the tracks.
Ultimately, this is music written by the church and for the church. But these aren’t your grandmother’s hymns. The sonic landscape of the album keeps mostly to the indie rock genre, with influences from bands like The National, Sufjan Stevens, and Local Natives emerging at different points on the record.