The music of Andy Lewis has found its way into film scores (he remixed “On A Magic Carpet Ride” by Gabriella Cilmi for the soundtrack of the film “SOULBOY” and co-wrote & produced the opening title music to the 2005 film “BEST MAN”), websites and commercials.
He played bass in Brit-Poppers Pimlico and perennial Indie favourites Spearmint, as well as carving out a career as a DJ (famously at Wendy May’s Locomotion and London institution Blow Up, and for Blur’s “Parklife” tour), songwriter and producer. In 2005 he released his first solo album “Billion Pound Project”.
In 2007, he had a hit single collaborating with Paul Weller- “Are You Trying To Be Lonely” and released his second solo album “You Should Be Hearing Something Now”.
Joining Paul’s live band and playing on hit albums “22 Dreams” and “Wake Up The Nation”, Andy’s toured the world and elsewhere since 2008. In April 2011, a single “A Good Soul In The Good Times” featuring singer Jess Roberts will precede the summer release of “South Herts Symphony”, his third full-length solo album.
As a taster of good things to come, released by Acid Jazz Records on itunes Feb 7th and shortly after on CD and 7 inch double vinyl, Andy has written a mini-LP, 41.
A seven track trip featuring a nifty instrumental and six top tunes in the modern style.
1.' 41'- the aforementioned non-vocal track.
2. 'Complexity' - of love and science.
3. 'Sky Bar' - of a northern roof top luxury pad.
4. 'Yarbles' - Clockwork Orange slang.
5. 'Centre Of Attention' - Weddings and ego's clash.
6. 'Mr Camera' - of politics and us.
7. 'Last Song Of The Year' - last year's last. Video below ....