With the release of "God of Infinite Worth," The Kry is also debuting their newly formed record label LeKri Music, and at the same time, celebrating 15 years in the music industry and offering a 13-track worship project.
The Kry formed out of Calvary Chapel in Albuquerque, NM, as French-Canadian brothers Yves and Jean-Luc Lajoie started by leading worship with the youth at their church. Now, a decade and a half later, the band has released eight albums, yielding several number one songs, and won numerous awards and accolades. But at the end of the day, The Kry prove their efforts are more about ministry and finding new ways to reach people.
Like the success of some of The Kry's earlier songs, "Blind Man," "Everywhere," and "You're All I Need," "God of Infinite Worth" continues to find the duo leaning on the strength of their own musical abilities, which results in a compelling effort that is both musically and Biblically solid.
"God of Infinite Worth" was produced by Elijah Thompson (Crystal Lewis, Chris Lizotte). Overall, the project is a bit of a departure from The Kry's previous projects. For one thing, it is the band's first worship album, but it also finds the Lajoie brothers honing in on their musical sensibilities and refining their individual artistic talents.
Kry fans can expect to hear a new version of "I'll Find You There," which was originally recorded on the band's 1992 debut of the same name.
Other standouts include the melodic "Something About The Way You Love Me," the driving, yet catchy "Jesus Lord of Heaven," and worshipful prayer "Be Exalted."
Staying true to The Kry's mission, "God of Infinite Worth" is ministry-driven and it definitely offers a fresh collection of songs for listeners who enjoy modern worship music.
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