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Courtney Marie Andrews unveils new track I’ve Hurt Worse

Take a listen to the track right here.

Courtney Marie Andrews
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Courtney Marie Andrews has unveiled I’ve Hurt Worse, a new track from her forthcoming album May Your Kindness Remain.

The track premiered on Rolling Stone who called it, “A rich folk ballad that showcases the full range of Andrews’ dynamic, remastered- vinyl vocals.” Take a listen to the track below:

 

Discussing the track Courtney said, “This is one of the few songs I’ve ever written with such a heavy sense, of sarcasm. I have a family member who loves to hurt in a relationship and they are addicted to toxic and abusive partners. The narrator in “I’ve Hurt Worse” is justifying their partners behaviours by comparing them to an even worse relationship they’ve been in before. It’s a sarcastic song about recognising abuse and allowing your own mental instability to get the best of you.”

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Related: Courtney Marie Andrews talk to us about her new album and more

I’ve Hurt Worse is the third track to be released from May Your Kindness Remain, which will be released on 23rd March 2018. Fans who pre-order the album get the track instantly along with Kindness of Strangers and May Your Kindness Remain.

Andrews will tour throughout 2018 in support of the record, arriving in the UK and Ireland for a string of shows in April. She will also perform at Green Man Festival in August.

May Your Kindess Remain is the follow-up to Andrews’ breakthrough album Honest Life, which was released in 2016. That album reached number 1 on the UK Americana Chart and number 1 on the Independent Album Breakers Chart.

The full UK and Ireland tour dates for Courtney Marie Andrews are:

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April 18 – Leeds, U.K. – Brudenell Social Club
April 19 – Edinburgh, U.K. – Summerhall
April 20 – Dublin, Ireland – Whelan’s
April 21 – Liverpool, U.K. – Arts Club
April 22 – Manchester, U.K. – Gorilla
April 23 – Brighton, U.K. – Komedia
April 24 – London, U.K. – Islington Assembly Hall

August 16-19 – Wales, U.K. – Green Man Festival

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