Andy Brown Is The ‘Talk Of The Town’ With His New Single And Announcement Of UK Headline Tour

Former singer of UK band Lawson, Andy Brown has released his second solo single, ‘Talk Of The Town’, the followup to ‘Landslide’, and announced his UK headline tour.

Out now on Decca, ‘Talk Of The Town’ is an upbeat track with strong blues and country influences, with the pop/rock edge fans of Lawson will be familiar with. Brown’s sound is similar to that of Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, and also has touches of John Mayer and James Bay. It will see him not only appealing to his existing fanbase, but also to new audiences who appreciate the fusion of Americana and UK Country.

‘Talk Of The Town’ is a song about timeless love, and combined with his distinctive vocals and Nashville-inspired strings, is a study in Andy’s talent for catching heartfelt and immediately hummable lyrics.

Andy says,

“I feel so lucky for all the support I’ve had around the first single ‘Landslide’, and I’m so excited to now share ‘Talk Of The Town’ with fans, old and new. I feel like I can really be myself because I’m now making music that I’m truly passionate about.”


Andy Brown was born and raised in Liverpool, and grew up listening to a wide variety of music, but quickly became a fan of Nashville’s innate sense of songcraft. His debut album, ‘Cedarmont’, is the product of 6 months writing, recording and mixing in Nashville, and is set for release in June this year.

You can find out more about Andy Brown online on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and his official website. ‘Talk Of The Town’ is available to stream on Spotify. ‘Cedarmont’, including ‘Landslide’ and ‘Talk Of The Town’, is available to preorder from iTunes.

UK TOUR DATES:
05 Feb: O2 Institute3, Birmingham
06 Feb: Borderline, London
07 Feb: The Deaf Institute, Manchester
08 Feb: The Key Club, Leeds
09 Feb: King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow

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