Courtney Fairchild's voice carries tales of everyday people caught in an age of uncertainty. Courtney's last full length release, Quit, was written on the run - between Hawaii and Manhattan, Dallas and LA, between heartbreak and old friends. This beautiful album takes the resolutely personal writing of her previous records and aims at a more universal target - the vagaries of relationships, the particulars of place, the blur of growing older and growing wiser. Quit has been met with much success and critical acclaim. It was featured in Paste Magazine in the winter of '08 and has wracked up an impressive amount of spins on AAA and commercial radio. Now, after re-locating to Philadelphia, PA along with her drummer Gabriel Martinez and bassist Jeff Silberman, Courtney has her sights set on a new full length recording that will push the power and growth of Quit to a whole new level. In the interim, she and Stanley Recordings are proud to bring you her latest single, London which was recorded at Milkboy Studios in Ardmore, PA with longtime Stanley Recordings producer John Would (former Warren Zevon guitarist). Courtney has four records behind her - Simple and Distorted, Long Way, Right Here, and Quit - "Nobody Home," a stellar contribution to the acclaimed Pink Floyd tribute album A Fair Forgery of Pink Floyd (2003, Stanley Recordings), spins at AAA and college radio and placement on national television programs (The WB's High School Reunion and MTV's Road Rules X-Treme). Courtney has also received raves from the Dallas Morning News and New York Times for her live performances, which are by turns acoustic and electric, intimate and explosively energetic. There\'s plenty more to come, but for now, enjoy whetting your appetite with London.