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Urban Rescue is an independent worship project that began in November 2005 in San Diego, California. Lead singer-songwriter Jordan Frye has been writing and working with various musicians/producers with the specific goals to create fresh, authentic, and cutting edge music for the Church. Urban Rescue represents Jordan's worship-rock side - pushing the boundaries of music while remaining deeply committed to producing quality worship.
"Worship music is always evolving and in some ways just now catching up" [Frye] "We have this idea in our heads and in the Church that worship music has to sound like worship music... I believe the love of God can be discovered through multiple styles and sounds ranging from pop to classical, from rap to rock. Our music just overflows from who we are living in the place and time that we live."
Urban Rescue's style (similar to Coldplay, Snow Patrol, Radiohead, and Death Cab for Cutie) has raised the bar sonically and spiritually. The self-titled EP produced by Eric Owyoung (Future of Forestry AKA Something Like Silas) has caught many people's attention. Frye's heart-stopping honest lyrics feel like a young blossoming Delirious?.
"In a world marked by doubt and gripped with fear, people are becoming anxious. While it's clear people desperately long to give and receive love, most of us keep turning toward quick-fixes and cheap rates to find it. For some it's easier to hide; for others the darkness is so heavy that all hope seems lost. Wherever you are, know that God desperately loves you. We hope our music paints a picture of God's love, a love that transcends every generation, every culture, and every heart." [Frye]
After a successful EP release in April of 2009, the band released a follow up this past November (2010) called "Just To Be Here". For more information about Urban Rescue, their records, and touring, visit www.Myspace.com/UrbanRescue or www.UrbanRescueMusic.com. Read more on Last.fm
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