Jill Andrews Announces New Project, ‘Thirties’

Acclaimed singer, songwriter and musician Jill Andrews will release her anticipated new album, Thirties, Mar. 27 via Vulture Vulture/Tone Tree Music. In advance of the release, Andrews’ new song, “Back Together,” is debuting today (Jan. 10).

Thirties is Andrews’ first solo release in nearly five years and the first project she has co-produced with Lucas Morton. Andrews will also release a companion book titled, Thirties: The Album in Portrait and Prose, the same day as the album. The book provides an in-depth look at the album through essays and photographs and features a foreword written by Grammy award-winning artist Joy Williams.

In addition to Andrews and Morton, the album features several renowned musicians and songwriters including Ian Fitchuk, Natalie Hemby and Daniel Tashian.

Andrews will embark on a nationwide tour this spring to support the album, including a stop at Nashville’s Mercy Lounge.

Thirties Track List:
1. “Sorry Now”
2. “Sold My Heart”
3. “Forces”
4. “The Party”
5. “Gimme The Beat Back”
6. “Call It Even”
7. “Back Together”
8. “My Own Way”
9. “River Swimming”
10. “The Kids Are Growing Up”
11. “Falling For”
12. “Wherever I End Up”
13. “The Way To Go”

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