On ‘Medicine Woman,’ Pauline Andres Finds Comfort in Friendship
What would Women’s History Month be without a vibey ode to female friendship?
Pauline Andres has what you need today — and all month long — with her new single, “Medicine Woman.” Released today, “Medicine Woman” is a chance for the French-born, Nashville-based songstress to honor the women that have helped her weather life’s storms, on top of a low-key, somewhat-spacey synth pop soundscape.
“Celebrating solidarity among women, Medicine Woman is a song about the importance of the simple moments spent together, which actually bring true healing,” Andres noted in the single’s official press release.
There’s more where “Medicine Woman” came from. The single is the second season from Andres’ forthcoming Tornado Season EP, following the release of lead single “Til the End of the World” last October. Inspired by and recorded during Nashville’s tumultuous 2020, the EP carries a hopeful essence, with tracks like “Medicine Woman” and the soon-to-be-released “Tornado Season” written in a major key.
While you wait for the full project, enjoy “Medicine Woman” as today’s Daily Spinn!
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