Review: Chris Andreucci ‘What Don’t Kill You’

Chris Andreucci

Chris Andreucci
‘What Don’t Kill You’
Century Music Group

The Scottish singer-songwriter is back with the six song collection, ‘What Don’t Kill You’. Infused with the typical country instrumentation of guitars and pedal steel, Chris takes us on a journey of reflection and the lessons he’s learnt; from the catchy, up-beat opening track ‘Here Comes The Rain’ right through to the closing track ‘Freedom’.

Throughout the EP you can hear the influence Luke Combs has had on the young scotsman and it is littered with clever lyrics amongst the odd cliche’ like Tennessee Whiskey. Though Andreucci delivers a high energy, fun-loving performance on this record, we hear a more delicate side to him in ‘Tonight I’m Yours’ and ‘Thunderstorms and Rain’. The former is a real stand out track on this record as he mixes his Gaelic roots with that Nashville sound, whilst ‘Thunderstorms and Rain’ feels like a deeply personal song of love and loss.

Produced to a very high standard by Justin Courtelyou, who’s worked with the likes of Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney and Lady Gaga, Chris Andreucci has delivered an outstanding EP that can stand up against any of the records the rising stars of America are currently releasing. He is certainly one to watch!

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Editor, Maverick Magazine

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