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Never miss another 'Courtney Marie Andrews' show
Courtney Marie Andrews, Joana Serrat
"The last time Courtney Marie Andrews played Bush Hall was opening for Damian Jurado and she was travelling out of her rucksack, so it's an honour to be welcoming her back on her headline tour."
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After a decade spent at the height of the music industry, touring solo and with large pop bands, Courtney Marie Andrews has realised her desire for a place to come home to. She found that in a small rural town in the deep forests of Washington. There, she posted up at a local bar, slinging drinks, basking in the simplicity and reflection it allowed. She has emerged with a new fire on her 2017 album 'Honest Life', melding indie-folk and Americana with a rebellious country flavour reminiscent of her Southwestern roots.
Honest Life is the culmination of Andrews’ life on the road, absorbing the stories, traditions and heartbreaks along the way. The songs on Honest Life touch on personal coming-of-age stories (“Rookie Dreaming”), the stunning beauty of resiliency (“How Quickly Your Heart Mends”), take-no-shit self-determination anthems (“Irene”), and thoughts on how to accept emotions like loneliness and vulnerability in your life (“Table for One”). Andrews’ heart-wrenching songwriting and crystal-clear vocal style are as captivating as they are invigorating. It’s no wonder Ryan Adams called Andrews “a phenomenal songwriter.” True to her own vision, Andrews produced the entire record herself and recorded it at Litho Studios in Seattle with recording engineer Floyd Reitsma, whose recent credits include Noah Gundersen and Pearl Jam.
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For Dripping Spring, Joana Serrat's fourth album in five years, Joana travelled from her home in Vic, Barcelona to the Texas Hill Country outside Austin. There she teamed up with Israel Nash at his Plum Creek Sound studio near the town of Dripping Springs. For the recording sessions Nash & Serrat corralled a stellar crew of musicians: Joey & Aaron McClellan, (Midlake, BNQT, John Grant, Israel Nash), Eric Swanson & Josh Fleischmann (Israel Nash), Dave Simonett (Trampled By Turtles) and Dennis Love (Futurebirds), as well as Nash himself providing additional guitar and backing vocals. Israel Nash produced the album, with Ted Young (Grammy award winner for The Rolling Stones) on engineering and mixing duties. Dripping Springs comes out 29 September 2017 via Loose.
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