Courtney Marie Andrews announces new album

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Courtney Marie Andrews has announced today the release of her new album ‘Loose Future’ which will be out 7th October via Fat Possum, and by way of a tease for the release there’s a new song – ‘Sattelite‘ – taken from the album as the first single.  You can hear that below.  Go on then.  ‘Sattelite’ features a breezy guitar and vocal arrangement which grows into into a dreamy tapestry of synths, layered vocals and reverb-abetted slide guitar.  Nice.  Andrews has said of the song: “I’ve written a lot of love songs, but there’s always a tinge of heartbreak, but ‘Satellite’ is a love song without caveats. I wanted to look forward, and fall in love with the mystery of someone. Let love in, without questioning or instigating how it might hurt me. Sonically, I wanted to go to space. This kind of love isn’t earthbound.” 

Courtney Marie Andrews is currently on tour in Europe and the UK (which is still in Europe of course) and can be found at the following locations-

10th June – Copenhagen, DK @ CPH Americana
11th June – Stockholm, SE @ Sthlm Americana
12th June – Oslo, NO @ Oslo Americana
15th June – Utrecht, NL @ EKKO
17th June – Norwich, UK @ Norwich Arts Centre
18th June – Kent, UK @ Black Deer Festival
19th June – Pocklington, UK @ Pocklington Arts Centre
20th June – Oxford, UK @ SJE Arts
21st June – Exeter, UK @ Phoenix
23rd June – Dublin, IE @ Liberty Hall Theatre
24th June – Limerick, IE @ Dolan’s
25th June – Sligo, IE @ The Hawk’s Well
26th June – Galway, IE @ Róisín Dubh
27th June – Bangor (N-I), UK @ Queen’s Parade Church
5th July – Edinburgh, UK @ The Voodoo Rooms


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Sure, I could climb high in a tree, or go to Skye on my holiday. I could be happy. All I really want is the excitement of first hearing The Byrds, the amazement of decades of Dylan's music, or the thrill of seeing a band like The Long Ryders live. That's not much to ask, is it?

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