Erin's second studio album, "Restore," was written during her first term as a missionary in Papua New Guinea. Her powerful vocals, moving music, and emotionally-stirring lyrics take you with her on a journey with God through beautiful and hard days. The album lands somewhere in between worship and a singer-songwriter album, drawing you into a deeply spiritual experience. Each song is derived from vulnerable, personal experiences ranging from the upbeat "You Never Change" to the more somber track, "Poor & Needy."
The music varies from the electric guitar driven "Lord of All," to the violin central "Valleys," with "You Never Change" having a more bluegrassy vibe. Erin's rich vocals and fluid lyrics throughout are what bring it all together.
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