Courtney Marie Andrews celebrates cross-generational womanhood in "It Must Be Someone Else's Fault" video - WXPN
WXPN
Search
Donate
Menu

Country singer/songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews has recently released a music video for “It Must Be Someone Else’s Fault,” the third single from her upcoming album, Old Flowers. Previously released singles include “If I Told” and “Burlap String.” Andrews’ previous full-length release was 2018’s May Your Kindness Remain, a gorgeous album steeped in pure Americana that was hailed by many outlets, including NPR, as one of the best of the year.

The music video for “It Must Be Someone Else’s Fault” is an ode to femininity and womanhood. Centering around Andrews, a young girl, and an elderly woman, the three women dance to Marlee Grace‘s inquisitive and intimate choreography.

Pre-order Courtney Marie Andrews’ Old Flowers, out July 24th on Fat Possum Records, here. The record was initially set to be released on June 5th, but was delayed “to ensure that independent record stores across the country will have physical copies of the album available at the same time it’s released digitally,” according to a recent press release.

Check out the music video for “It Must Be Someone Else’s Fault” below. Also, be sure to read and listen to The Key’s recent talk with Andrews as part of our ongoing “Checking In With…” series. Watch Andrews perform cuts from May Your Kindness Remain at the 2018 XPoNential Music Festival here.

Related Content
View All Related Content

No news added recently