Australian singer-songwriter Andrew De Silva has released a new single.
The former member of ARIA Award winning band CBD and Australia’s Got Talent 2012 winner released Hey Now on October 17.
“Hey Now is a song to the free spirit. A track that screams summer, driving with the windows down and following your dreams. For the one taking a chance, leaving home and doing things their own way, despite what the world is telling them to do, which can sometimes lead to a lonely place. So be a free ‘lonely child’ it’s a good day to be alive,” De Silva said.
De Silva is a well respected and talented musician who created the Prince tribute band Purple Revolution and was the lead vocalist of classic Aussie band Boom Crash Opera from 2016 to 2019.
Andrew has supported artists such as Mariah Carey, Boyz II Men, Shaggy, Keith Sweat, Teddy Riley, Tina Arena, K-Ci & JoJo.
As an all-rounder, he performs on stage, collaborates with other well-known artists and makes hit music in the studio.
Have a listen to our previous interview here.
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Written by Rekha Kulen