Since releasing 2016's very good Honest Life, Courtney Marie Andrews has put out a collaboration with Will Oldham for Our First 100 Days and covered "I'll Be Home For Christmas," and she has now announced a new album. It's called May Your Kindness Remain, and it'll be out on March 23 via Fat Possum Records/Mama Bird Recording Co. It was produced by Mark Howard (who's worked with such iconic artists as Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Lucinda Williams, and Willie Nelson), and it features Dillon Warnek (electric guitar), Daniel Walter (organ, Wurlitzer, accordion), Charles Wicklander (piano, Wurlitzer), William Mapp (drums, percussion), Alex Sabel (bass) and C.C. White (background vocals).

Courtney says of the album, "A lot of people are poor in America—and because of those unattainable goals, they’re also mentally unstable, or sad, or depressed or unfulfilled. A lot of people—myself included at some point in my life—are loving somebody through this. That’s sort of the theme of the record: coming to terms with depression and the reality of the world we’re living in."

The first single is the title track, which is a gorgeous dose of Courtney's Joni Mitchell-esque folk that brings in some unexpected distorted guitar, gospel-inspired harmonies, and more. It's more proof that Courtney is a force to be reckoned with. Listen below.

Courtney and her band will also be touring in 2018, including a stop in Austin for SXSW, followed by a NYC show on March 27 at Mercury Lounge. Tickets for that show are on Citi presale now and the public on-sale starts Friday (1/12) at noon. All dates are listed below.

1. May Your Kindness Remain
2. Lift The Lonely From My Heart
3. Two Cold Nights In Buffalo
4. Rough Around The Edges
5. Border
6. Took You Up
7. This House
8. Kindness Of Strangers
9. I’ve Hurt Worse
10. Long Road Back To You

Courtney Marie Andrews -- 2018 Tour Dates
January 31—Glasgow, U.K.—O2 ABC
February 3—Oxford, U.K.—St. Barnabas Church
February 4—Guildford, U.K.—The Keep (matinee show)
February 4—Guildford, U.K.—The Keep (late show)
March 13-17—Austin, TX—SXSW
March 19—Nashville, TN—The High Watt
March 20—Asheville, NC—The Mothlight
March 21—Carrboro, NC—Cat’s Cradle
March 23—Washington, DC—Black Cat
March 24—Philadelphia, PA—Boot & Saddle
March 26—Allston, MA—Great Scott
March 27—New York, NY—Mercury Lounge
March 29—Toronto, ON—The Drake
March 30—Pontiac, MI—Vernors Room @ The Crofoot
March 31—Chicago, IL—Schubas
April 2—Minneapolis, MN—7th St Entry
April 5—San Francisco, CA—Cafe Du Nord
April 6—Los Angeles, CA—The Moroccan Lounge
April 7 - San Diego, CA - Soda Bar
April 12—Copenhagen, Denmark—Vega
April 13—Berlin, Germany—Privatclub
April 14—Amsterdam, Netherlands—Bitterzoet
April 15—Cologne, Germany—Studio 672
April 16—Brussels, Belgium—AB Club
April 18—Leeds, U.K.—Brudenell Social Club
April 19—Edinburgh, U.K.—Summer Hall
April 20—Dublin, Ireland—Whelan’s
April 21—Liverpool, U.K.—Arts Club
April 22—Manchester, U.K.—Gorilla
April 23—Brighton, U.K.—Komedia
April 24—London, U.K.—Islington Assembly Hall
April 26—Paris, FR—Petit Bain