COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS

‘MAY YOUR KINDNESS REMAIN’

23 MARCH 2018

MAY YOUR KINDNESS REMAIN (23 March 2018)

“…the new record sees her exercising a different set of musical muscles from those that have drawn her comparisons with Joni Mitchell. ‘Kindness’ is awash in church organ, lush harmonies, and a soaring, impassioned lead vocal from Andrews, whose twang quivers and shudders as she scales the song’s climactic final refrain.”
ROLLING STONE

“…a collection of songs, borne from interactions with others, that strives for healing and empathy in the midst of division and discord.”
“Sonically, the track signals a new direction for Andrews, who, alongside producer Mark Howard, ventures beyond acoustic folk and into gospel, soul, and rock over the course of the song’s four minutes.”
NPR MUSIC

“Andrews may be the finest singer-songwriter in America”
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

“Andrews gives us a glimpse as to how far her voice will go with the gospel-powered title track. Electric guitar and a soulful organ bass combine with Andrews’ traditional folk songwriting to drive the chorus, ‘If your money runs out and your good looks fade, may your kindness remain,’ from a tame request into a vocal demand. We’d all do well to listen.”
STEREOGUM

Hottest Tracks: Kindness Of Strangers
“the Seattle-based country-rocker channels Tom Petty on a real heart-tugger of a track.”
THE SUNDAY TIMES

“Cool country singer Courtney brings in a gospel groove, ending up midway between Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston” NME

“The tune couples soulful crooning with elements of gospel and rock, which suggests a new step for the acoustic folk artist. But her classic and timeless sound still remains, recalling the likes of Joni Mitchell, Emmylou Harris, and Lucinda Williams.”
AMERICAN SONGWRITER

“Kindness of Strangers” rules….incredible cut…And what a voice she has — it always lifts me up”
THE FADER

“There’s something exceptional about her delivery. Something timeless and measured and true.”
LAURA BARTON, MUSIC WEEK

“…a delicate country/folk ballad that shows off her sweet, twangy vocals, and has a warm gospel feel due to its beautiful organ playing and choir of backing vocalists. The song’s epic, washed-out electric guitar solo is an unexpected flourish and the song concludes with Andrews masterfully pulling at the heartstrings as she effortlessly reaches for the high notes.”
PASTE MAGAZINE

“Courtney Marie Andrew’s soft echoing voice is taken to newer, soulful heights…
Admiring the great soul singers of our time, Andrews’ proves she can hang with any of them.”
OLD ROOKIE

“In the last few years multiple voices have emerged that could bring the promise of greater balance to fruition, and possibly none as strong and compelling as Courtney Marie Andrews.”
“The title track of the new record gives hope to the downtrodden, reaffirming that regardless of the adversity and outcomes in life, never sacrifice your greater parts, because they could still have a purpose in the future.”
SAVING COUNTRY MUSIC

“In a world gone mad, her gospel-tinged Americana can get you through a shitty day or two.”
HEAR YA

“It’s a belter, quietly striking in its suggestion that kindness and compassion are what really make people wealthy.”
AMERICANA UK

“A real emotional slower burner, May Your Kindness Remain is an ode to seeing the good in people – there’s a real purity and tenderness to it.”
CRACK IN THE ROAD

“An exciting look into her upcoming album of the same name, “May Your Kindness Remain” is the gorgeous new track from country babe Courtney Marie Andrews.”
WONDERLAND MAGAZINE

“A gorgeous dose of Courtney’s Joni Mitchell-esque folk that brings in some unexpected distorted guitar, gospel-inspired harmonies, and more. It’s more proof that Courtney is a force to be reckoned with”
BROOKLYN VEGAN

“Courtney Marie Andrews is an exceptional talent.”
RADIO EINS

“The lead single and title track of the album May Your Kindness Remain surfaced earlier in the week and it sounds absolutely brilliant. She is phenomenal and her songs always move me deeply. I can hardly wait to hear the full album.”
ONE CHORD TO ANOTHER

“one of those longing, homely bops you can’t help but love” (on ‘Kindness of Strangers’)
PRESS PLAY OK

“this is stunning. Here Andrews steps out beyond just simple country music to something bigger, bolder, warmer and more soulful… In a world that seems harsher and ever more judgemental than before, Andrews takes a step back with this piece of powerful beauty and offers a simple antidote to the subject of her song: “If your money runs out and your good looks fade, may your kindness remain.”
BREAKING MORE WAVES

“Courtney Marie Andrews is BACK and sounding better than EVER… this really is one of the coolest tunes that could happen to me at the beginning of this year (any year, really… a freaking awesome song”
QUEEN BEETCH

HONEST LIFE (20 January 2017)

OFFICIAL UK CHARTS
#1 – AMERICANA ALBUMS CHART
#1 – INDEPENDENT ALBUM BREAKERS CHART
#14 – RECORD STORE TOP 40
#16 – INDEPENDENT ALBUM CHART
#56ROUGH TRADE ALBUMS OF THE YEAR 2017
AMERICANA MUSIC ASSOCIATION UK AWARD FOR INTERNATIONAL ARTIST OF THE YEAR


BBC 6 MUSIC RECOMMENDS TRACK OF THE WEEK – Rookie Dreaming

“an absolutely perfect little gem of an album… every song here sparkles… the poetic economy of her lyrics is right up there with such masters of the country vignette as Guy Clark and John Prine… a truly substantial talent”
★★★★★
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

“Joni Mitchell is the logical comparison to the soft howl and deep-Canyon vibrato of her vocals, but there are echoes of the Indigo Girls and even Ryan Adams’ Gold too since her songs are anchored by smart lyricism that seems more like an intimate conversation than a fiery confessional.”
10 NEW COUNTRY ARTISTS YOU NEED TO KNOW / #36 – BEST COUNTRY ALBUMS OF THE YEAR
ROLLING STONE

“a pared-down John Prine stillness to her lyrics, an Emmylou Harris resonance to her voice… the sweet ache of Campbell”
AFTER GLEN CAMPBELL: THE RHINESTONE COWGIRLS AND COWBOYS TO LISTEN TO NOW
THE GUARDIAN

“an expert marriage of gracefully confessional songwriting with country-folk arrangements that recall Joni Mitchell”
#6 – 20 BEST COUNTRY ALBUMS OF THE YEAR
STEREOGUM

“Andrews melds dovetailing, Joni Mitchell-like melodies with pin-sharp lyrics that recall the pre-didactic Laura Marling, over a country sound bed of keening pedal steel and cascading piano. It makes for a stunning combination.”
THE SUNDAY TIMES

ALBUMS OF THE MONTH – JANUARY 2017
ROUGH TRADE SHOPS

“She writes with such empathy and insight that she gives Lucinda a run for her money.”
#4 – TOP 50 SONGS 2016 – How Quickly Your Heart Mends
AMERICAN SONGWRITER

“is a singular voice, one that can only be understood by being heard”
#1 ALBUM OF THE YEAR 2016
THE BLUEGRASS SITUATION

“this still relatively unknown artist is one of the brightest things to have emerged during a challenging year – stunning”
THE INDEPENDENT

“Courtney Marie Andrews is the best songwriter you’ve never heard of.”
#38 – TOP 50 ALBUMS OF THE YEAR
AMERICAN SONGWRITER

“one of the strongest songwriters we’ve heard in a long time”
GOLD FLAKE PAINT

“while she keeps company with some wonderful contemporary artists Andrews channels classic icons beautifully”
Heavy Rotation: Public radio hosts share the songs they couldn’t stop playing this year – Rookie Dreaming
THE BEST MUSIC OF 2016
NPR

“In three and a half minutes, it articulated what I had spent 18 months trying to say” (Put The Fire Out)
WRITERS’ FAVOURITE MUSIC MOMENTS OF 2016, LAURA BARTON
THE GUARDIAN

“rich, understated and resonant, [Honest Life] reveals Andrews as a gifted songsmith who can easily conjure longing and regret – classic country territory – but leavens that ache with humour, a little wisdom and a sure feel for melody.”
★★★★
MOJO

“She has already released one of the year’s best albums, and we’ll get to hear a lot of Courtney Marie Andrews in the future.”
★★★★★
GÖTEBORGS POSTEN

“a magnificent album”
FOLK RADIO

“It’s a gem. The album’s exceptional quality lies in the unnerving insight and realism of Andrews’ lyrics.”
★★★★
THE ARTS DESK

“Honest Life, is without any doubt one of the greatest albums you will hear in 2017. An understated, open-hearted outpouring of real, raw and compelling songwriting, Courtney is honestly the name that everyone will be shouting about by the turn of 2018.”
MUSIC-NEWS

“excellent songs, expertly written, but Andrews’ voice is what makes them unforgettable – elegant and deeply moving” 8.7/10
THE 50 BEST ALBUMS OF 2016
PASTE MAGAZINE

“…simply stunning” #1 ALBUM 2017”
Michael Hingston / COUNTRY MUSIC PEOPLE

#5 BEST OF AMERICANA, FOLK & COUNTRY 2017
BEAT SURRENDER

“Comparisons to greats such as Judee Sill and Joni Mitchell may seem like hype, but are understandable”
★★★★
DAILY MIRROR

“Andrews is in possession of a voice of timeless timbre and heart wrenching purity, with a deep canyon vibrato evoking none-other than Joni Mitchell in these lilting southern-tinged songs…Exceptional songwriting and memorable melodies”
#46 ALBUMS OF THE YEAR
RESIDENT BRIGHTON

“a powerhouse singer, guitarist and songwriter… brilliant and devastating… the 26-year-old Arizona native is not only a herculean songwriter and vocalist but also a skilled bandleader and producer”
FLOOD MAGAZINE

“A beautiful album.”
★★★★½
THE SUN

“a gorgeous voice between Joni Mitchell and Emmylou Harris”
★★★★
SCOTTISH DAILY EXPRESS

“A pure natural voice to kill for”
THE SCOTSMAN

“powerful songwriting, which draws from a time-honoured tradition of telling the stories that many others shy away from”
THE 405

“Gripping folk-country confessionals”
★★★★
UNCUT

★★★★
BIG ISSUE NORTH

“Ryan Adams calls her “a phenomenal songwriter” and he’s not wrong.”
★★★★
THE YORK PRESS

★★★★
FOCUS VIF

★★★★
ROLLING STONE GERMANY

“This is a record that deserves some mainstream attention and should catapult Andrews up to a larger audience.”
★★★★
#37 – 50 BEST ALBUMS 2016
ABC NEWS

“this album gives her a chance to shine”
#10 – FAVORITE ALBUMS OF 2016
NPR FOLK ALLEY

“a love letter to folksy 60’s songwriting with some of the best lyrics of the year. Barefaced confessionals from every truck-stop and diner in America, delivered with a conviction like Joni Mitchell at her most tender.”
#10 – GIGSOUP WRITERS’ BEST ALBUMS OF 2017

#4 HIGHWAY QUEENS TOP 30 FAVOURITE ALBUMS OF THE YEAR

★★★★
THANK FOLK FOR THAT ALBUMS OF THE YEAR 2017

“a tremendous song collection”
AMERICAN STANDARD TIME

“she sings with a purity and joy that instantly recalls The Innocence Mission’s Karen Peris or Joni Mitchell”
NO DEPRESSION

2016 TOP TEN ALBUMS
GREG VANDY, KEXP

“Andrews is a tremendously gifted songwriter”
#8 – 20 BEST FOLK ALBUMS OF 2016
VINYL ME, PLEASE

#3 – TRUCK STORE TOP 10 AMERICANA ALBUMS OF THE YEAR

“Enthralling, meditative Americana delivered in gilded hues”
CLASH MAGAZINE

“an absolute beauty of an album”
ONE CHORD

““When talking about the ebbs and flows of Americana music over the last twelve months, you can’t have a conversation without mentioning Courtney Marie Andrews. One of the great breakout stories of the year… A raw, uncompromising, and (funnily enough) honest album, ‘Honest Life’ turned a fair few heads. Andrews’ melding of country-tinged Americana longing with cryptic, heart-tugging lyrics and her glorious Joni Mitchell-style vocals sure struck a chord.”
GIGSOUP

“one of the best songwriting performances you can find in the modern era.” 9/10
SAVING COUNTRY MUSIC

“Put The Fire Out – another potentially star-making track. It should be a hit …the kind of song that country radio should be championing”
ABC NEWS

“This looks like the point where she stops being a well kept secret and makes a real breakthrough.”
★★★★
LONDON EVENING STANDARD

“With a folk grounding and alternative edge, the collection is reminiscent of some of the greatest recording artists known. With a little bit of Bob Dylan, a hint of Joni Mitchell, a touch of Emmylou Harris and a drop of Dolly Parton, Courtney Marie Andrews is a singer who delivers truths from the heart and takes her listeners on a journey that they will never wish to forget.”
★★★★★
MUSIC-NEWS

“brings to mind a young Emmylou Harris”
★★★★
THE TIMES

“Well written with beautiful vocals and insightful lyrics, Andrews has produced an outstanding piece of work which is hard to pick fault with. Miss this album at your own peril.”
★★★★
GIGSOUP

“It takes a skilful writer not to retread familiar imagery and an accomplished singer to make it sound fresh and relevant. These qualities are rare but not unique, hence comparisons will inevitably be drawn with Joni Mitchell, Carole King and Joan Baez with whom she shares a high, clear voice and an ability to sound exposed yet strong.”
★★★★
R2 MAGAZINE

“absolutely gorgeous – the country-tinged folk songs have all the requisite melodies that you’re ever going to need”
THE CRACK

“the lyricism is enchanting from the outset. And in all truthfulness, enchanting is a pretty good word to describe the whole album. Intimate. Heart-wrenching. Harmonious yet haunting.”
BELLES AND GALS

“Courtney Marie Andrews is the best songwriter you’ve never heard of”
THE FAT ANGEL SINGS

#13 – BEST MUSIC OF 2016
THE SPECTRUM

“if you like Emmylou Harris, Gillian Welch or Caitlin Rose, (yes, we are talking that league)…”
THE ROCK CLUB

“renews the genre with a gripping voice”
★★★★
TÉLÉRAMA

ALBUM OF THE MONTH
ROOTS HIGHWAY

“This is terrific stuff.”
★★★★½
THE DIGITAL FIX

“an incredible maturity for such a young singer with effortless power and subtlety in her expressive vocals”
★★★★½
WRITTEN IN MUSIC

“excellent”
★★★★½
PETERBOROUGH TELEGRAPH

“take note of her extraordinary talents”
#7 – THE 10 BEST ALBUMS OF 2016
SPEAKERS IN CODE

Five To Look Out For In 2017
SOUTH WALES ARGUS

“a classic made to drop her as a future country legend”
FILE UNDER NEW MUSIC

“an emotive and passionate record”
A MUSICAL PRIORITY

“one of music’s most underrated talents”
THE REVUE.CA

“an emotive and passionate record.”
★★★★
ENTERTAINMENT FOCUS

“It’s a remarkable album that’s well worth seeking out. Five stars, easy.”
THE OLD GREY CAT

“My favourite album of the last 12 months, without question.”
RALPH MCLEAN / BBC RADIO ULSTER

On My Page (2017 REISSUE)

“the closing lyric of ‘you’re either with me or you’re not’ is deserving of a big vote for the latter.”
★★★★★
SPIRAL EARTH

“classic country, as pure of voice as Emmylou Harris with exquisitely weighted musicianship”
★★★★
THE YORK PRESS

“a lady who has stayed under the radar for too long”
ALT COUNTRY NL

LIVE REVIEWS

“This is the 26-year old’s 12th straight night of performing ee but her pristine, resonant vocals (she sounds like a blend of Emmylou Harris, Carole King and Linda Thompson) never flag; rather they soar in this tiny pub… Ryan Adams has already raved that Andrews is a “phenomenal songwriter” and on tonight’s evidence she’s a compelling and droll live performer, too. Don’t miss out.”
★★★★
THE INDEPENDENT 

“she matched the quivering vocal inflections of Joni Mitchell and dressed them up with a sweet, sun-kissed drawl.”
AMERICANAFEST 2017: 20 BEST THINGS WE SAW
ROLLING STONE

“Andrews’ vocals and her appearance at once suggest that you could be watching a young Joni Mitchell but it does not take long to be swept up into Andrew’s world.”
AMERICANA UK
 

“It seems clear that in the coming months, she’ll be found by more and more, and after 10 years of travelling and writing songs, Courtney Marie Andrew’s effortless vocals and exceptional songwriting are set to be discovered, and celebrated, on a global scale.”
THANK FOLK FOR THAT

“Courtney Marie Andrews will be big… In years to come people will reminisce about this gig and tell friends “I remember seeing her in a small theatre in Bangor before she won those Grammys”. Go see her if you can. Buy the album ‘Honest Life’. You will feel better for it!”
FOLK AND TUMBLE

“an utterly divine exhibition of exemplary singer-songwriter music”
THREE CHORDS AND THE TRUTH

“The quality of her voice, her songwriting and relaxed performing style is exceptional”
“rightly deserving of the plaudits she is receiving. Ten years on the road means she knows how to deliver a knockout show.” 9/10
BUILDING OUR OWN NASHVILLE

“A gorgeous performance of a singer with a phenomenal voice and songs.”
REAL ROOTS CAFE 

“Courtney Marie Andrews stunned the Celtic Connections crowd at Glasgow’s ABC with her unique blend of indie pop and country ballads.”
TICK X 

““rightly deserving of the plaudits she is receiving. Ten years on the road means she knows how to deliver a knockout show.” 9/10
BUILDING OUR OWN NASHVILLE

“Just like [Nanci] Griffiths, when she begins to sing, all of that delicacy is replaced by burning passion and guts. Her craft as a songwriter is well developed and mature for her 26 years… This is real deal country folk music delivered with such heart that you can’t help but feel moved.”
ROCKSHOT

“With beautiful ballads, warm personality and engaging song descriptions Andrews captured the hearts of the audience… This is country music, but not as we knew it.”
★★★★★
SURREY ADVERSTISER

“A pure natural voice to kill for”
★★★★★
THE SCOTSMAN

MAY YOUR KINDNESS REMAIN (2018)
HONEST LIFE (2017)

Courtney Marie Andrews spent over nine months of 2017 on the road, with multiple trips across the US, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. That’s nothing new for Andrews, though. She’s been touring relentlessly since leaving her Arizona hometown at 16. It’s a life that inspired much of her 2017 breakthrough album, Honest Life. While that album’s themes spoke to the isolation and rootlessness inherent in a life on the road, most of its songs were actually written during an intentional, extended break. The success that followed its release, however, didn’t afford her the same break to write the material for her new album.

 

Although May Your Kindness Remain was predominately written on the road — in the van, in hotels, and in the homes of family and friends — it’s not a road record like its predecessor. That is, it’s not so much inspired by her life on the road so much as it is by the people she’s met along the way. It’s an inward reflection on the connectivity of their stories and her own. “More than anything,” she says, “it got me thinking about my childhood, and the people around me that I’ve known, and the stories that come from my family. It became clear how many people are struggling through the same issues.”

 

May Your Kindness Remain is full of vivid depictions of complex people and places with all too common struggles. Much of the album deals with the psychological and relational impact of the unrealistic picture of success that is so embedded in modern American culture.

“People are constantly chasing that bigger life. A lot of people are poor in America — and because of those unattainable goals, they’re also mentally unstable, or sad, or depressed or unfulfilled. A lot of people — myself included at some point in my life — are loving somebody through this. That’s sort of the theme of the record: coming to terms with depression and the reality of the world we’re living in. Mental illness is a taboo in this culture — or not taken seriously. I’ve grown up around it a lot, and sort of feel like I understand it from all sides.”

 

There are no simple answers in these songs. There’s just an acknowledgement of our shared hardships and a call for empathy. Despite its characters’ burdens, May Your Kindness Remain isn’t downtrodden. There’s a defiance built into its melancholy, a sense that even the most complicated problems are worth facing — a sentiment that also explains why the album’s music refuses to stay within any rigid sonic boundaries.

 

While Andrews self-produced Honest Life, she knew this one had to be different. To record May Your Kindness Remain, her restless side took over. “It’s very characteristic to how I work — I need to be shaken up,” she says. “I was like, ‘I need to change something, and create something different, and push myself in a different direction. I knew I wanted to make a more modern, unique sounding record.”

 

She found that direction thanks to a bit of serendipity. All at once, she began noticing Mark Howard’s name on several of her favourite records. She was consistently drawn to the resonant depth of the sound and tone in the albums he had done with luminaries like Lucinda Williams, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris and Tom Waits. With nothing to lose, her manager messaged him about producing the new record.

 

The inquiry was a success: months later, Andrews and her band found themselves in a rented house in Los Angeles, overlooking the city’s skyline, making May Your Kindness Remain with Howard at the helm. “I wanted to make a record in L.A.,” she says. “In that house, overlooking a city that epitomises both America’s diversity and also the commonality of very real struggles against often unrealistic hopes and dreams.”

 

Andrews recalls Howard saying that he liked “making records that you can live in.” To her, it felt intuitive, natural and spontaneous — an extension of the songwriting process that went into these songs. Howard, Andrews and the band lived in that house for eight days, barely fitting it in between two tours. As is Howard’s custom, the house was the studio. He brought all the gear, recording everyone in the same room to a live board, live off the floor. “A lot of the record is either the first take or we did just one overdub,” Andrews says. “Nothing’s overthought.” The band set up in a circle, watching each other across the room as they played each song live.

 

As a result, the album sounds intimate and warm, as if listeners are in the house with them, watching it all unfold. While May Your Kindness Remain is Andrews’ fullest sounding record to date, the songs and her vocals are never eclipsed. “Mark’s really good about stripping the song down to the bones, and asking, ‘Where is the song in this? And how do we make the song come out while still having great instrumentation?’” Andrews recalls.

 

Still, the album’s arrangements are meticulous. Unlike the predominantly acoustic guitar based Honest Life, May Your Kindness Remain builds around Andrews’ songs with heavy lead guitar (Dillon Warnek) and keys riffs (Daniel Walker, Charles Wicklander). Having played with Andrews for years, the rhythm section (Alex Sabel, bass; William Mapp, drums, percussion) fills the sound as naturally as you’d expect. There was no click track for Mapp, adding to the album’s sentient, live feel.

 

Every instrument and sound on the album has their proper place, across diverse styles: proud piano ballads (“Rough Around the Edges”); easygoing, country-tinted rock (“Kindness of Strangers”); and biting, sarcastic folk gems (“I’ve Hurt Worse”). Gospel singer C.C. White adds backing vocals throughout, including on the stunning title track, a striking statement of purpose that blooms at the end thanks to layers of soulful harmonies. “When C.C. was singing her parts,” Andrews remembers, “I just laid there on the floor, both comforted and blown away.”

 

Andrews’ own vocals are notably more powerful and soulful — especially on the organ-heavy blues number “Border”, with a ragged weariness that honors the immigrant’s resilience in the face of blatant thoughtlessness and racism; and “Took You Up”, a take on accepting love as a simple offering before any illusion of wealth or success. Her vocal performances reflect her recent listening habits, which include Motown and soul, as well as albums by the eclectic rock band Little Feat. They also point to her confidence and growing range as a live vocalist.

 

“I subconsciously started incorporating more vocal stretching in my songs, just because of how fun that was,” she says. “I’ve always been really inspired by soul singers. I can sing like that — but I never really had before.”

 

In the end, May Your Kindness Remain finds Andrews at home in her restlessness, embracing her intuition. It has stretched her vocals, her sound and her songwriting to new depths and produced a brave record — a record that is unafraid of addressing the complexities of life in order to find common ground and understanding, no matter how divided this world may seem.

Images by Laura E. Pertain. Click individual images to download hi-res version.

MAY YOUR KINDNESS REMAIN (23 March 2018)

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LP EAN: 5029432024014

 

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May Your Kindness Remain (digital single/IG)
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Kindness Of Strangers (digital single/IG)
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Took You Up (digital single/IG)
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Track List:

 

1. May Your Kindness Remain (03:54)
2. Lift The Lonely From My Heart (04:57)
3. Two Cold Nights in Buffalo (03:28)
4. Rough Around The Edges (04:11)
5. Border (03:55)
6. Took You Up (04:46)
7. This House (04:03)
8. Kindness Of Strangers (03:30)
9. I’ve Hurt Worse (04:14)
10. Long Road Back To You (06:01)

HONEST LIFE (20 January 2017)

LP Cat #: VJLP228
LP EAN: 5029432022812

 

CD Cat #: VJCD228
CD EAN: 5029432022829

 

Digital Cat #: VJDD228
Digital EAN: 5029432022836

Track List:

 

1. Rookie Dreaming (03:27)
2. Not The End (02:27)
3. Irene (03:47)
4. How Quickly Your Heart Mends (03:46)
5. Let The Good One Go (02:52)
6. Honest Life (04:15)
7. Table For One (04:00)
8. Put The Fire Out (03:39)
9. 15 Highway Lines (04:22)
10. Only In My Mind (04:10)

MANAGEMENT
Tom Wironen / Chris Robbins | Post Hoc Management


LABEL
EUR: Tom Bridgewater / Julia Grant | Loose
USA/Rest Of World: Vincent Bancheri | Mama Bird Recording Co. / Patrick Addison | Fat Possum


PRESS
UK print: Tom Bridgewater | Loose
UK online: Doug Hall | D Digital PR
UK regional: Rob Kerford / Thom Williams| Sonic PR
NL: Marlies Waters
GSA: Oliver Bergmann  | Oktober Promotion


BOOKING
EUR:
Bas | Belmont Bookings


DISTRIBUTION

Europe excl. GSA: Keith Marnoch

BENELUX: Nick Church

Distribution GSA: Jan Henke

Distribution Scandinavia: Pelle Eriksson