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With The Aims of Moving to Nashville, Chris Andreucci Has Released New EP ‘What Don’t Kill You’

2020 was supposed to be the year country artist Chris Andreucci followed his dream of moving to the heart of country music, Nashville. Unfortunately along with numerous of festival performances being ..

Chris Andreucci Releases New EP “What Don’t Kill You”

December 2020 saw the release of Chris Andreucci’s EP, “What Don’t Kill You.” The Scottish musician, signed to Century Music Group, recorded the EP with the hope of moving to Nashville. Featuring prominent session musicians and produced by Taylor Swift’s producer, Justin Courtelyou, the EP perfectly showcases Andreucci’s country sound. “What Don’t Kill You” is a collection of songs themed around love, loss and forgiveness. The mood ranges from upbeat (“The Only Love That Never Broke My Heart,”) to nostalgic (“Thunderstorms and Rain”) and bittersweet (“Tonight I’m Yours”). The deep tones and soul searching lyrics from the Glasgow-based artist reveal a maturity beyond his 22 years. Country fans will love it! Words: Annabella Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CAndreucciMusic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CAndreucciMusic Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/chris-andreucci Website:www.chrisandreucci.co.uk Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4LZi4A4tswPptC1qZ9FA1q Youtube: https://ww..

Chris Andreucci releases exhilarating new EP ‘What Don’t Kill You’!

Chris Andreucci is set to take up the gauntlet laid down by fellow scots Lewis Capaldi and Paolo Nutini, and command radio waves on both sides of The Atlantic. The Glasgow-based Chris managed to bag himself a record deal with the Nashville label ‘Century Music Group’ in 2019, with the label’s president expressing huge admiration for Chris’s pristine musical talents. Despite not yet releasing a full studio album, Chris has already performed at some of Scotland’s most prestigious venues like the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, where a little band called Oasis were first discovered. 2020 was set to be the year of Chris Andreucci, with plans for major festival dates, as well as his intention to move out to Nashville to try and conquer the American soundwaves, but COVID-19 intervened. “2020 has been a crazy year. It was set to be a year full of highs – a performance at C2C Festival at The Hydro in Glasgow alongside my favourite artists such as Luke Combs, an EP lau..