Erin McAndrew Releases debut ‘Stay Alive’ EP – Katie Louise Ingram

  • By Nick Cantwell
  • February 2, 2018
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Pennsylvania native Erin McAndrew, a country rock singer songwriter currently residing in Los Angeles, California is today due to release her sophomore EP “Stay Alive”. Erin started her career in the music industry as the lead singer of Long Island based rock band Tiny Giant however Erin’s first solo venture came in 2016 where she released her debut album “Skeleton of Life”. Fast-forward 2 years and she is now about to let her fans get a glimpse of the past two years of her life with her Sophomore 4 tracked EP which she describes as “the most raw, real true version of herself that is being released.”

The staple track and the first single taken from the EP “Big City and Bright Lights” addresses Erin’s choice to move from the city of dreams of New York to Los Angeles with the lyrics “you’ll always have a home with me, Big City and Bright Lights” emphasises she will miss and always class New York as her home but it’s time to start anew elsewhere. “Whiskey and the Rebel”, a quirky track, outlines how too much Whiskey turned her into a rebel for a night, making her go on the lookout for a man in Nashville to “keep her warm on this chilly Southern night!”

Erin recorded “Stay Alive” in late 2017 alongside producer and fellow singer songwriter Dan Nelson at DNM Studios in Levittown, New York. With a large following already on all forms of social media, what better way for Erin to release her album than with two online Facebook Live Release Parties. These events are taking place at 20.30pm UK (15.30 EST) and 02:00 UK (21:00 EST) and you can join in the fun at www.facebook.com/erinmcmusic. After the party the EP will be available for purchase on Itunes, Amazon, Spotify and all other outlets with an exclusive CD presale on her website www.erinmcmusic.com.

Review written by Katie Louise Ingram (twitter.com/xkatie19x)

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