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Andrews, Courtney Marie

***Following Old Flowers' 2020 Grammy nomination, a too long to list 4 and 5 star global press campaign, huge wins at radio across US and Europe, and while still in the thick of Covid restrictions, Courtney, for the first time in her young nomadic life, was forced off the road and to remain at home. What resulted was the publishing of her first book of poetry (Andrews McMillan), her first gallery showings of her paintings, and a period of self-discovery leading to the 10 songs on Loose Future. Whereas Old Flowers was a beautiful and emotional break-up record, Loose Future is a bright, dynamic, falling-in-love record. Courtney's got a story to tell, a strong new musical direction (co-produced by Sam Evian), and a show-stopping new record.

LP $26.95


FP 1808-1 

***The latest from COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS. Produced by ANDREW SARLO (Big Thief) and featuring BIG THIEF drummer JAMES KRIVCHENIA, along with Big Thief collaborator and TWAIN member MATTHEW DAVIDSON. “Old Flowers is about heartbreak. There are a million records and songs about that, but I did not lie when writing these songs. This album is about loving and caring for the person you know you can’t be with. It’s about being afraid to be vulnerable after you’ve been hurt. It’s about a woman who is alone, but okay with that, if it means truth. This was my truth this year—my nine-year relationship ended and I’m a woman alone in the world, but happy to know herself.”—Courtney Marie Andrews. Pressed on colored vinyl.

LP $25.45

07/17/2020 767981174143 


May Your Kindness Remain by Andrews, Courtney Marie

Andrews, Courtney Marie

May Your Kindness Remain
Fat Possum

***"After breaking through with a batch of restless, itinerant songs on Honest Life in 2016, Courtney Marie Andrews longs for something more permanent on the follow-up. The Seattle singer spends much of May Your Kindness Remain exploring ideas of home and what it means to have roots, on 10 new tunes that are lusher and more expansive while leaving plenty of room to showcase her astonishing voice. Andrews and her band recorded May Your Kindness Remain with producer Mark Howard, whose voluminous credits include albums by Lucinda Williams, Tom Waits, Bob Dylan and Emmylou Harris. Howard’s understated aesthetic suits Andrews, who pushes herself toward bolder musical arrangements and a fuller, more soulful sound than the traveling-woman-with-guitar feel of Honest Life. The difference is evident from the start: 'May Your Kindness Remain' opens with the title track, a gospel-tinged number that swells from understated to massive and enveloping. Organ gives way to a solemn overdriven guitar part, and gospel singer C.C. White backs Andrews on the refrain as she lets her voice build, then pulls back until the end, when she cuts loose with a rare blend of power and feeling that can bring you to your knees..."—Paste Magazine

LP $25.45

05/11/2018 767981165110 


***At just 16 years old, COURTNEY MARIE ANDREWS left home in Arizona for her first tour. She traveled up and down the West Coast, busking and playing any bars or cafés that would have her. Soon after, she took a Greyhound bus four nights straight from Phoenix to New York to do the same on the East Coast. For a decade or so since, Courtney’s been a session and backup singer and guitarist for nearly 40 artists, from Jimmy Eat World to Damien Jurado. She never stopped writing her own material, though. Picking up admirers like Jurado and Ryan Adams along the way, she has quietly earned a reputation as a songwriter’s songwriter. With plans to settle down for a bit and focus on her own songs, Courtney moved to the Northwest in 2011 to record her last full-length record On My Page. However, the record had hardly been released before she was on the road again performing other artists’ songs, eventually leading her overseas to play guitar and sing with Belgian star Milow. At the tour’s end, though, the other session players joined her to record her 2014 EP Leuven Letters in one take. It was during this time that Courtney also wrote many of the songs on Honest Life. She found herself realizing the impact of growing up on the road and this constant reconciling between her and other’s art and identity.   "...there's no getting around that Honest Life is the standout album of the year."—No...

LP $25.45

09/29/2017 616892421542