Discover the Soulful Harmony of ANDREAH's Latest Single "My People"

ANDREAH, a dynamic singer-songwriter hailing from a unique blend of Irish and Filipino heritage, is making waves in the music industry with her captivating voice and heartfelt compositions.

At 22, ANDREAH has already left an indelible mark on the music industry with her powerful voice and evocative storytelling. Her new release, "My People",  is no exception.

"My People" is a tapestry of soulful pop melodies that weaves a narrative of ANDREAH's personal journey—a journey marked by constant movement and the pursuit of meaningful connections. The track's emotional spectrum ranges from wholesome, feel-good vibes to a touch of melancholy, inviting listeners into ANDREAH's experiences of navigating diverse cities and cultures.

The singer's background is deeply rooted in the music industry. Born in August 2001, music has played an everyday part in ANDREAH’s life. Inspired by her mother and singing in the local church choir, she participated in school music events and joined her first band in Year 6, performing during graduation. ANDREAH took up piano at the age of eight, began singing lessons at ten and starting to write songs with friends ‘for fun’ at thirteen.

By the age of 14 she was writing on her own and teaching herself to play guitar hence enabling her to develop more songs. At 15, her first serious solo creation was Magic a song based on a personal experience and the emotive Best Friend followed about her best friend’s move overseas. “I hope my music can help people through rough and difficult times, as it has helped me,” she states whilst providing an insight to her life story, which the young singer/songwriter describes as a somewhat “scary” experience.

With an impressive lineup of performances alongside some of the industry's biggest names, ANDREAH's star continues to rise. The experiences gained on tour have undoubtedly contributed to the depth and authenticity evident in her music and she's not ready to stop.

Header Image Credit: Lusher Photography


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