Wednesday, 15 June 2011

More from Andy Lewis

Having recently showcased his mini-album 41, Andy Lewis precedes his third album proper with his new single ‘A Good Soul In Good Times’. Taken from his third and forthcoming album ‘South Herts Symphony’, featuring the vocal acrobatics of soul diva, and sometimes Smoove vocalist, Jess Roberts, the groove based single has already picked up some radio play by XFM’s John Kennedy. The flip side, ‘The Words Ottis Sang’ also featuring Jess Roberts, who collaborated with Andy with the lyrics on both tracks.

Andy 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 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. “South Herts Symphony”, his third full-length solo album will be released this summer.

Out on itunes now. Out on 7 inch vinyl June 20th.

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