There's a new song on US 103-3 that has quite the buzz "More Hearts Than Mine".  Not only is the song something special but the video is something just about everybody can relate to.

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What's remarkable about Ingrid Andress' debut single "More Hearts Than Mine" isn't how everyone gets it — it's how everyone gets it differently.

The ballad is cross-generational and reaches men differently than women. Andress recognized this only after she wrote it with Sam Ellis and Derrick Southerland and started to get messages from both sexes of every generation. That she wrote it with two men, she shares, is part of the reason.

“First of all I didn’t even think about it until (Billboard) asked me that question,” the Colorado native says referring to a Makin' Tracks article published last month. “I was like ‘Oh, they were just my two friends that I could just be open with.’ But I feel like it definitely helped tell the story from what dads treat them like if they went and met — because you know, most families that I ever meet — if I ever meet — their parents the dad’s not pouring me whiskey over ice and taking me fishing even though I would want that."

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