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MP3 Scott Andrew - Save You From Yourself

An early-summer roadtrip of bittersweet acoustic pop with shades of indie rock n'' roll ferocity.

10 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, POP: Folky Pop

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From the optimistic opening guitars of “More Good Days” to the gentle brush snare and mandolin of “At The Airport,” Scott Andrew''s fifth independent release is an early-summer roadtrip of bittersweet acoustic pop tempered with shades of rock n'' roll ferocity. Themes of reconciliation and personal redemption collide with wry head-scratching over stumbling relationships, as electric guitars and organ washes seek to emulate the occasional sunbeams piercing the clouds of the Pacific Northwest.

Although Andrew played the lion''s share of instruments, Save You From Yourself is anything but a lonely solo effort. Reaching out to his community of singer-songwriter peers in his hometown of Seattle, Andrew enlisted Jerin Falkner, Laurie Katherine Carlsson and Alissa Jandt for harmony vocal duties, as well as respected multi-instrumentalist Michael Spaly (Creeping Time) for violin and mandolin.

Praise for Scott Andrew

“There is no chance you''ll mistake Scott for a folksinger. His poppy, energetic strokes and clever phrases inspire bobbing heads and thoughtful smiles.”
— The Tacoma Weekly Volcano

“Scott''s definitely among the top ten artists we''ve seen on the road this year.”
— Brian Austin Whitney, Just Plain Folks

“Organic instead of glossed, earthy without being precious and well aware that Folk Music ain''t all there is.”
— Kevin Smokler, author
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