Courtney Marie Andrews / May Your Kindness Remain

Singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews has just issued her fourth album, May Your Kindness Remain.

The long-player was produced by Mark Howard and was recorded in L.A.  It’s the follow-up to her 2016 breakthrough, Honest Life, which was very well received and led to slots on Later… with Jools Holland and saw Courtney support label-mates The Handsome Family on tour.

May Your Kindness Remain is a 10-track album available on CD and black vinyl, but a limited edition gold-coloured vinyl pressing is available via Courtney’s official store (as well as various bundles). All the vinyl comes with download codes.

May Your Kindness Remain is out now and Courtney is on tour throughout April (check out the dates here)

Order limited edition gold-coloured vinyl pressing from the official store.

01)  May Your Kindness Remain
02)  Lift the Lonely from My Heart
03)  Two Cold Nights in Buffalo
04)  Rough Around the Edges
05)  Border
06)  Took You Up
07)  This House
08)  Kindness of Strangers
09)  I’ve Hurt Worse
10)  Long Road Back to You

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Paul Taylor

Still awaiting delivery a week after alleged dispatch after ordering gold vinyl from TM Stores via her website. Very difficult to find link to get in touch. Another friend having issues with TM Stores around Courteeners bundle with a suspicion they’re not sending stuff out when they say they are.

Mo Lester

I think her previous album ‘Honest Life’ is a better LP overall. No doubt she is a good writer but seems a few fillers on this….

The Progster

The album cover art is taken where there is NOT a smoking ban in force…Thus that Smokey looking nonsense going on to the right of the sleeve makes it look ohh so cool which really I think it doesn’t….I’d be coughing and desperate to open a window and get some fresh air in there lol.


Lovely hazy sleeve art.


A great record and a pleasing to see the link here. Vinyl is offered with the CD for £5 if bought together.

Carl Seddon

desert rose vinyl was available for the first 200. On fatpossumrecords label.


Jeez. I remember when Fat Possum was home to the most dirtiest, raw, down-home, Mississippi blues you can imagine. I know labels have to change to keep in business but the question still remains… What went wrong?

yves vandezande

Prices are slighty higher than you indicate