Let Me See Your Eyes
Cory Asbury’s debut solo album, Let Me See Your Eyes, is a collection of indie-pop songs reflecting Cory’s passion to see Jesus clearly and to feel His presence.
My Beloved, feat. Jaye Thomas
This energetic single, centered around the beauty of God, gives a solid introduction to Cory’s debut album, Let Me See Your Eyes.
Filled with deep devotion and worship, Matt Gilman and Cory Asbury’s Holy reflects the believer’s longing for the King of heaven in this, their debut album.
Cory Asbury began leading worship at his church in North Carolina at the age of seventeen. Even from childhood, music always had a profound impact on him. “I’d find a CD that I really loved, that really moved my heart, and sit in my room, silent and still, and just listen,” Cory says.
He was originally planning to attend UNC Chapel Hill when the Lord redirected his path. Through a few friends who had just graduated the One Thing internship at the International House of Prayer of Kansas City, he was encouraged to go and check it out for himself. “Thinking the internship was solely dedicated to raising up young worship leaders, I decided to come. I soon found that the Lord had tricked me into something much bigger than myself.” This internship required each intern to study, worship, and pray in the prayer room for long hours each day. Cory remembers, “I realized that this was what I was made for. To sit before Him and love Him.”
Cory says that his songs usually begin with a gentle nudge or whisper from the Holy Spirit, which flows out of tenderness in quiet time with God. “Usually, the Holy Spirit will give me a melody or a chord progression and that’s where it all begins. From there, I continue to ask Him what He’s saying.” He asks the Lord, “How can I express what I am feeling through music?” His goal through his music is that hearts would fall more in love with Jesus, and that a deep longing to know and love Him more would be awakened in people. Cory says his hope is that people would find true enjoyment in spending time with Jesus.
After several years at the International House of Prayer, Cory and his wife Anna relocated to Colorado in June 2012.