3x GRAMMY nominated singer-songwriter Ingrid Andress digs deeper than ever before to explore the dark and the light within us all on her highly anticipated sophomore album, Good Person, available everywhere now. On each of the 13 tracks, all co-produced and co-written by Andress, she returns to the reflection and confession at the core of her songwriting and plumbs even deeper. Having gone through two years that were transformational in every way and triumphing in the face of some unprecedented career-obstacles, Andress knew that the best way forward was a brave willingness to be even more truthful and real. Along the way, she also found that changes were happening in her personal life and that the songs were actually leading the way, revealing emotions she wasn’t fully aware of yet. She pushed for bold, experimental sounds that blended banjos with vocoders; swung from sweeping orchestration to spare, acoustic-based arrangements; and showcased previously unexplored parts of her vocal range.
Good Person follows her triumphant 2020 debut, Lady Like, named “one of the year’s strongest albums” by Associated Press. It became one of Billboard’s Top 10 Best Country Albums of the year and set the record as the highest streaming country female debut album of all time upon release. In addition to the Gold-certified title track, Lady Like also features her multi-platinum No. 1 radio single “More Hearts Than Mine,” which made history as the only debut single from a solo female artist to break the Top 20 on country radio in 2019. The album was up for Best Country Album at the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards in addition to Andress’ nominations for Best Country Song and Best New Artist, making her the only country artist to be nominated in a “Big Four” category.
After recently wrapping tour with Keith Urban for his “The Speed of Now World Tour,” Andress reached #1 at country radio with her Platinum-certified current single, “Wishful Drinking (feat. Sam Hunt).” In addition, Andress celebrates the impressive milestone of surpassing one billion total career streams worldwide while gearing up for global headline run beginning February 2023.