Andrew Hanna's style of acoustic pop/rock contains elements of David Gray, Ben Harper, Coldplay, Jack Johnson, John Mayer, Damien Rice and Jeff Buckley. Andrew's music expresses fundamental emotions of love, hope and compassion in a captivating style that is uniquely his own. His lyrically rich music is full of stories of embracing love, relationships, desire and reflections. His songs exhibit a simple, but raw beauty and uncommon sincerity. His debut album "Without Blinds" is a dynamic blend of uplifting, soul-southing music. Up-tempo songs such as "A Lullaby" and "Safe From Harm" are full of rambunctious grooves and melodies, and compassionate lyrics. Songs such as "Dance For Me" and "Stay The Night" showcase a more sensual and provocative side. "These Words" and "If The Water Rises" are rich with uncertainty, imaginative lyrics, soaring melodies and undaunted hope. Andrew looks at the little moments in life and brings out their most cherished elements. "Watch The Night Grow Old With You," and "Photo Album," use musical simplicity to unveil the beauty of these moments. Whereas, "Just Breathe" exudes raw emotional clarity, driving instrumentals, and stirring choruses. "Without Blinds" is an entertaining musical journey, full of variation and moving highs and lows.
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