Ingrid Andress Asks Essential Questions With ‘Good Person’ on ‘Fallon’

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Ingrid Andress stopped by The Tonight Show to perform her recent single, “Good Person.” The thoughtful balled, which sees Andress questioning what it means to move through the world in a positive way, got an uplifting vibe thanks to a sunrise-themed backdrop.

“Good Person,” released last month, was co-written by Andress with Steph Jones and Sam Ellis is the first single from the “More Hearts Than Mine” singer’s follow-up to her debut album Lady Like. “I’m trying to turn the page, do you think I have what it takes?” she sings on the track. “I’ve shattered some hearts and my thoughts get dark/But I’d stop for a stranger who’s falling apart.”

“I wrote ’Good Person’ when I realized that I was starting to question a lot of things,” Andress explained in a statement. “What makes somebody good and what does that look like, and in a world of being so judgmental of other people, what makes you better than them?”

In June, Andress is set to join up with Keith Urban’s headlining tour as a supporting performer.

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