Andreww’s stuck in a toxic love in his newest single, ‘Medusa’

Taking his talents from the runways of all your favourite designers (Louis Vuitton, Dior, Versace and Valentino) to all your favourite music streaming sites, model/musician Andreww releases his sophomore single, ‘Medusa’ and a cool, home-style video to match.

Andreww – Medusa. Official Music Video

Hard hitting, edgy and angsty, ‘Medusa’ is all about that dangerous yet irresistible pull of a toxic relationship; you know that it’s bad for you but you just can’t help going back. The mixed emotions, inner turmoil and confusion of the time are portrayed via the production; clashing beats and seemingly mismatched genres are expertly mixed and blended by producer Markus Ganter.

Speaking on his release, Andreww explains;

“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.”

With lyrics drenched in romantic angst and disarmingly relatable vulnerability, Andreww delivers a gorgeous, emotion-drenched vocal performance in ‘Medusa’. Fittingly moody, with a sort of ’emo’ feel to it, Andreww commands the track over grungy chorus guitars, 808 hip-hop beats and merge subtle trap elements.

Listen to Andreww – Medusa here:

 

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