The Rosebank Acoustic Sessions Available Everywhere Today
Current Single “More Hearts Than Mine” Nears Top 25 At Country Radio
Warner Music Nashville / Atlantic Records breakthrough artistIngrid Andress has received continuous praise from fans and media alike since the release of her debut song “Lady Like.” This month, the acclaim continues with worldwide lifestyle magazine ELLE featuring her in their latest ‘Women in Music’ issue, on stands 9/24 (READ HERE). The lauded singer/songwriter is also celebrating the release of her Rosebank Acoustic Sessions, available everywhere today (LISTEN HERE). The three-song project showcases stripped-down versions of “Lady Like,” “Both” and current single “More Hearts Than Mine,” which totals over 26 million on-demand streams to date. Andress walks fans through the making of her Top 30 single for Apple Music’s ‘Song Essentials’(WATCH HERE) with Vevo sharing her live performance from their studio in Nashville of the “elegantly written song” (New York Times) today (WATCH HERE).
“My first three songs started as scattered lyric ideas in my phone, but after many hours in the studio with my friends and some tequila, they turned into the songs they are now,” Andress shared. “I wanted y’all to get to listen to them the way I did the day I wrote them: stripped down on a guitar or piano because that’s how I’d play them for you in your living room…or bedroom if you want to get freaky.”
MusicRow praised Andress once again for her latest release “We’re Not Friends” (LISTEN HERE), which she co-wrote with AJ Pruis, Derrick Southerland and Nate Cyphert, stating, “This lady so beautifully captures how complicated relationships can be. It’s a complex song, full of twists and turns. But her assured performance and brilliant writing keep the whole thing wooshing down the tracks. Wonderfully involving, ear-catching and brain tickling. She’s a terrific music creator. Play her.” It is the fourth new song released this year from “one of Nashville’s most sought-after songwriters” (Billboard), who is also set to make her Grand Ole Opry debut on October 18.
The Colorado-native is also set to kick-off her own headlining run throughout Europe this week in Berlin. She’ll make multiple stops in Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom throughout September with Essex-born singer/songwriter Mabes joining Andress’ UK dates. Tickets for all performances are available now (PURCHASE HERE).
INGRID ANDRESS 2019 TOUR DATES
9/17 – Berlin, Germany – Frannz Club*
9/18 – Hamburg, Germany – Reeperbahn Festival
9/19 – Munich, Germany – Folks Club*
9/22 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg Upstairs*
9/24 – London, United Kingdom – The Courtyard Theatre*
9/25 – Manchester, United Kingdom – Castle Hotel*
9/26 – Glasgow, United Kingdom – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut*
10/5 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits Music Festival
*The Lady Like European Tour
ABOUT INGRID ANDRESS
"A country pop rookie who can write a chorus like Sia," (PAPER), Ingrid Andress is chipping away at expectations of herself and her sound with debut single “More Hearts Than Mine.” Praised by HITS magazine for its “honesty and vulnerability virtually absent on Country radio,” the recently named iHeartCountry On The Verge artist performed her “elegantly written song” (NY Times) on NBC’s TODAY a week after it became the most-added new single at country radio. The Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville recording artist made her first national TV appearance earlier this year on Late Night with Seth Meyers performing her major-label debut, “Lady Like,” only two months after its release. With several co-writer credits to her name, including Charli XCX’s “Boys” and FLETCHER’s “About You,” the Colorado-native first honed her skills writing with heavy hitters in the music community such as Sam Hunt and Alicia Keys and has received additional critical acclaim from People, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Vulture, and many more. With the release of her latest tracks “Both” and “We’re Not Friends,” Andress’ new music continues to prove her as one of the most unique and moving vocalists in the country space and beyond; one that is thrillingly honest, raw and refreshing in a way rarely seen emanating from Music City.