Courtney Marie Andrews has announced a new tour for this Fall.
The Arizona native announced the news via her twitter page, saying “After more than a year of not being able to do what I love most, I'm so excited to finally make it back out into the world & sing some songs for you this fall. Just the thought of being on a stage with y’all makes me teary.” The singer-songwriter is set to play a couple of socially distanced shows in April and May, shortly after the release of her poetry book ‘Old Monarch’.
The new dates see her visit multiple states across the United States, alongside nine cities in the UK; including London, Manchester and Belfast. Andrews will also visit mainland Europe, taking in Germany, France, Sweden and the Netherlands. Last year, Courtney Marie Andrews released her seventh studio album Old Flowers, which received a nomination for Best Americana Album at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards. Andrews began her career as an auxiliary member of Jimmy Eat World, before going on to release her first breakthrough album ‘Honest Life’.
A full list of tour dates can be found on Andrews' website here.