Andreww Gets Honest in New Single “Medusa”

Following a stint in the fashion industry walking and working for names such as Louis Vuitton, Dior, Versace, and Valentino, illusive emerging talent Andreww returns. Following on from his debut single ‘Talking To Myself’ which has reached 88k views already, he kicks off the year with his latest offering, the genre-bending ‘Medusa’.  Drawing influences from a range of artists and musical styles, Andreww refuses to be put in a box, known for his talent of combining elements of a multitude of genres like an artist mixes paint, ‘Medusa’ stands as a shining example of this.

“I see the creation of a song like an isosceles triangle made of different influences, which shifts exactly as the song demands.

As much as people didn’t want to look at Medusa they still did. It’s the same with toxic relationships. No matter how bad they are for you, you can’t help but stay in them. ‘Medusa’ is about these toxic relationships and all the two-faced feelings that come with them. The inner conflict also reflects in the music; clashing trap, grunge and pop against each other kind of shows that things that sometimes aren’t meant to together, still end up staying together.”” – Andreww

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