Courtney Marie Andrews' new full-length album, May Your Kindness Remain, will be released March 23 on Loose in the UK & Europe and Fat Possum Records/Mama Bird Recording Co.
in the USA.
In advance of the release, the album's title track is premiered as part of NPR Music's "Songs We Love" series.
Produced by Mark Howard (Lucinda Williams, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Tom Waits), the album was recorded over eight days at a rented house-turned-studio in L.A.
UK fans fell for Courtney's breakthrough album Honest Life last year, when as the BBC put it, she became an "overnight success" after 10 years trying to break into the business.
UK media such as The Guardian, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Times compared her music to the work of classic artists such as Guy Clark, John Prine, Joni Mitchell, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt and Glen Campbell alongside modern references such as Laura Marling and Julie Byrne.
The album became one of the biggest breakthrough records of 2017 in the UK, with 4-5 star reviews from publications including Daily Telegraph, Uncut, Mojo and Q Magazine, as well as reaching #1 on the Official U.K.
Americana Chart Independent Album Breakers Chart.
In April 2017, Andrews made her debut on the BBC's legendary "Later?With Jools Holland" programme.