“Neon Steeple” is a great name for this record – the mash of aes­thet­ics really serves as a great com­par­i­son to Crowder’s mix of gui­tar folk and elec­tronic pop. Cou­pled with strong lyrics, sen­si­tive song dynam­ics and cre­ative hooks, “Neon Steeple” is a great album overall.

High­lights include South­ern rock influ­enced “Lift Your Head Weary Sin­ner” and the atmos­pheric, beau­ti­fully hym­nal track “Come As You Are”. This record would find a great home on con­tem­po­rary radio if it weren’t so spir­i­tu­ally aware, with Crow­der explor­ing themes of faith, redemp­tion, for­give­ness and sal­va­tion with­out reservation.

If you’re look­ing for a cre­ative and inspir­ing album, look no fur­ther than “Neon Steeple”.

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