FEELING FINE: Singer-songwriter Jill Andrews’ records don’t revolve around any particular topics. Instead, she follows her heart when it comes to selecting songs. “I tend to think that if you’re writing [an album] in a certain period of time, a theme will kind of emerge," she says. "I just pick the songs that I like the most.”

Jill Andrews debuts The War Inside at The Grey Eagle

Andrews got her start as part of alt-country band the everybodyfields. She formed that group with fellow singer-songwriter Sam Quinn; they met as teens while working at summer camp. Andrews’ unique pop-folk sensibility and warm, soulful sound — apparent early on — have helped her steadily grow as a solo artist since striking out on her own in 2009. She’ll debut her newest album, The War Inside, at The Grey Eagle Friday, Sept. 25.