Bringing a refreshing new take to music creation and production, Andreww makes a glorious return to music with his latest single, ‘Medusa’. The track follows on from the release of his debut single ‘Talking to Myself’, which was a quiet commercial success, garnering over 30k streams on Spotify and 84k views on Youtube to date.
Back with another visual and genre-bending new single in tow, Andreww’s ‘Medusa’, spans space and time with the instrumental taking influences from 90s hip-hop fuelled 808 beats, modern trap production and 80s-era grunge guitars.
Uninhibited by genre definitions or restrictive labels, Andreww’s songs are an amalgamation of all his musical loves and the hybrid sounds of ‘Medusa’ cleverly work as a metaphor for the confusion and turmoil of the toxic relationship spoken about in the lyrics.
“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.”
Embracing his vulnerability and sharing it with the world, Andreww bares his soul in ‘Medusa’ via intimate and introspective lyricism that is both deeply personal and widely relatable. Paired with complex and intricate production, ‘Medusa’ sounds like an epic, nostalgic journey from one peak of pop music history to the next and stands as a testament to Andreww's declaration of love for music as an art form.