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Courtney Marie Andrews Shares New Song Kindness Of Strangers

Thursday, 01 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Laura E. Partain  

Courtney Marie Andrews has shared a new song, Kindness Of Strangers.

It will feature on 'May Your Kindness Remain', the country musician's follow up to last year's 'Honest Life', which is due to arrive on March 23.

Speaking about the track, Andrews said:

““Kindness of Strangers” was written directly after some legendary musicians took their own life.  It sparked this long and deep thought about how we all feel disconnected with each other at some point in our lives. When you’re at your lowest of lows, even a friendly cashier can make your month.  Human connection is essential for survival, and I’ve felt that void at so many different points in my life.  This song portrays that void, and how even the smallest amount of kindness can save you.”

Courtney Marie Andrews Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat February 03 2018 - OXFORD St Barnabas Church
Sun February 04 2018 - GUILDFORD Keep
Wed April 18 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Thu April 19 2018 - EDINBURGH Summerhall
Fri April 20 2018 - DUBLIN Whelans
Sat April 21 2018 - LIVERPOOL Arts Club Liverpool
Sun April 22 2018 - MANCHESTER Gorilla
Mon April 23 2018 - BRIGHTON Komedia
Tue April 24 2018 - LONDON Islington Assembly Hall

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