“I made Inheritance in the midst of a weird and blurry and disorienting time. I have said this before, but in case you missed it,
one of the reasons I even decided to make a hymns album was that, in addition to how much I love the songs, I couldn’t write a worship
song to save my life back then. I was just too shaken up. I didn’t have a clue what to say, really. Songs like Be Thou My Vision were like
a hospital to me then. I didn’t have any idea about what to do, so I sang what I knew—I lifted up the melodies that had walked with
me since childhood. Even when I didn’t know if I believed the words, I found refuge in the sounds.
They seemed like Medicine—an antidote, a tonic.” - Audrey