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Andress looks to "The Stranger"

Thursday, May 7, 2020 – Hot off the success of "More Hearts Than Mine," Ingrid Andress is out with her second single, "The Stranger."

The song, from her debut disc, "Lady Like," goes for adds at country radio on June 1.

Andress already has tasted success with her debut single, "More Hearts than Mine," which went to the top of the charts.

"I think people in my generation grew up thinking that love was a thing that you'd definitely find one day, and that once you found it, it would last forever and ever," Andress told Billboard. "And it would be easy once you're married because you're just 'with that person now.' As an observer and human being, I have found this to be very far from the truth. Love isn't just this 'thing' that stays around after you've found it: It will leave if you take it for granted and don't pay attention to it consistently. When I wrote this song, I wanted people to know that it's okay if you're not super in love with your partner all the time. It's completely normal to feel like you've grown apart because we all change on a daily basis. Most love songs don't talk about that, so I wanted everyone who feels this way to have a song."

Andress has penned songs for Bebe Rexha, Charli XCX, FLETCHER and Dove Cameron and continues to hone her skills writing with heavy hitters in the music community like Sam Hunt, Alicia Keys and Tori Kelly. She toured with Keith Urban on select dates and was on Dan + Shay's The (Arena) Tour. She is slated to joinTim McGraw for his 2020 Here On Earth Tour through the fall.

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CD review - Lady Like When it comes to the love department, life seemingly has not very kind at all to Ingrid Andress. That's more than apparent for Andress on her eight-song EP debut. She sure thinks a lot about love and its associated problems, but nothing quite seems to go right when it comes to affairs of the heart. What does go right, however, are the songs. Andress is unsure of a relationship's "blurred lines" ("Both") or just looking to rekindle a faded relationship and maybe ...

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