Ghost Ship: ‘Costly’ album review
3.5 Overall Score



For Fans Of:

Crowder, Citizens & Saints, Kings Kaleidoscope

We Like:


Ghost Ship: ‘Costly’ album review

Intended to honor the price Jesus paid on the cross, Costly, Ghost Ship’s second full-length album, is also Cam Huxford’s heart-mirror since the release of The Good King in 2013. Written and recorded during a tumultuous time in the life of Mars Hill Church that ultimately saw its dissolution in 2014, Costly rises to offer easy access points for those needing a message of Christ’s hope through song. There’s a simplistic beauty at work here, leaving much room for spiritual communication.

Check out more great articles Click hereView our sponsored ads

About The Author


Notice: The information in the post above may have been formatted to suit this website, but is not necessarily material originally created by, or is exclusive to CCM Magazine. CCM Magazine is a part of the Salem Media Group, America’s leading radio broadcaster, Internet content provider and magazine and book publisher targeting Christian audiences.

Leave a Reply