Jeremy Horn is announcing his debut with Ardent and INO Records titled Sound of the Broken. The newest music from the Memphis-based worship leader will hit retailers on May 3rd.
With Sound of the Broken, Horn offers an album of worship meant to remind us that the Spirit of God rests inside of broken people, and that God wants to use us to tell His story of redemption. The album was recorded at Ardent Studios and co-produced by Horn alongside James Joseph (Todd Agnew) and Curry Weber (Todd Agnew, Joy Whitlock). Among the 10 songs featured on the album, “Surrender” is a bright song with a simple message about the beauty of letting go of control and the madness that tends to come with it. Equally powerful is “Father of Lights,” turning the words from James 1:17 into a proclamation of praise to the source of every good and perfect gift. Another standout is the closing song, “This Reflection.” It’s a gentle reminder, Horn says, that “we’re all broken, and we must not forget that. Don’t become prideful. Grace is the only thing in our lives that we have. Jesus is it. That’s all we have in life.”
Amidst his debut, Jeremy Horn’s single “Only God Who Saves” hit radio Friday, March 18. The single introduces the album’s theme with a humble opening verse and a metaphor from Acts 3 that describes our human condition and the healing that comes through Christ. To hear more about the song from Horn, visit http://www.jeremyhornmusic.com/.
Horn’s desire to serve through music has resulted in his role as the worship leader in his home church, Christ the Rock Church. Committed to making music that can serve the church, Horn regularly posts song charts and “How to Play” videos for worship leaders. To view these videos, visit http://www.jeremyhornmusic.com/resources .
“If I was not an artist I would be right back to where I am and continue to be, a local church worship leader,” confesses Horn. “What I do as an artist is an outflow of that, a desire to serve the global church with songs that can help connect their hearts to God. Either way, my goal is to serve the church.”