Ingrid Andress doesn’t want a “Waste Of Lime”
Nashville recording artist Ingrid Andress is offering fans the sound of the summer with the release of her brand-new song “Waste Of Lime” today. Showcasing her signature turns-of-phrase and perceptive lyricism, the song’s tropical vibes are underscored with a nod to The Beach Boys’ “Kokomo.” The ACM New Female Artist nominee teamed up with frequent collaborators Derrick Southerland and Sam Ellis to co-write the song alongside GRAMMY-winning songwriter Shane McAnally.
Directed via FaceTime by Lauren Dunn (G-Eazy, Lauv, Megan Thee Stallion), the socially-distanced filmed vibrant music video also premiered today on YouTube. Andress has been named to GRAMMY-contender watch lists by both Billboard and HITS. A featured musical guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert twice this year already, Andress joined over 50 country artists yesterday as part of #CMASummerStayCay to perform “Waste of Lime” for the first time.
The only solo-female-debut to crack Top 20 on the Country Airplay chart in 2019, Andress is currently at country radio with her single “The Stranger”. The moving video captures what happens when individuals in varying relationship levels are seated face to face and challenged to consider one another simply and openly without saying a word. “The Stranger” follows her Platinum certified, No.1 debut single “More Hearts Than Mine”, both featured on her critically-lauded debut album “Lady Like”. Andress started the year touring with Keith Urban on select dates and helped kick off Dan + Shay’s The (Arena) Tour in March.