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The Key of F sounds off.

Where does the soul of your music come from?

Andie: It definitely comes from myself and my songwriting partner/bandmate Marie Pettit. We always feel like we put a part of ourselves into our music.

Why were you inspired to make your latest release?

Andie: The inspiration for this came from some very unpleasant things like betrayal and heartbreak. But sometimes things have to go wrong in order to go right. This horrible situation truly helped me embrace my self worth and know that I deserved better.

How would you describe the release in one word?

Andie: Empowering!

How much love do you put into making a new single?

Andie: Each new song is a journey. It sounds a little cheesy but it's true. We spend so much time writing and tweaking and then taking it to our production team to help woodshed it. Every step of the way we are putting so much of ourselves and our energy into making a song the best that it can be.

How much time do you have to make sure you spend on new music?

Andie: For me it varies. Ultimately, I really try to carve out a block of time several days a week to set aside to work on unfinished songs.

Is there a fine line of revealing too much of yourself in your music?

Andie: Mmmm...I don't know. I don't think so. Some of the best ways to connect with listeners is to have them be able to relate to you and your music. I think to do that, you have to be vulnerable and let your audience see who you are.

How do you make sure to always serve your fans the best of you?

Andie: By getting to know them. Social media is such a wonderful tool for connecting with fans all over the world and getting the chance to have some one on one conversations. I've met some wonderful people and I am very grateful to them for their support.

Where do we stream and support you?

Andie: Our Spotify is:

The Key of F

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