Emily C. Browning is a singer-songwriter, musician, and producer from New Zealand. Not too long ago, she released a dreamy music video for her lovely indie-alternative single, entitled, “Andy.” In the video, Emily and Andy nearly drown at the local swimming pool while drifting in and out of reality.
Emily C. Browning – “Andy” music video
“It’s been long enough, I can talk about Andy. I’m out with this guy and he’s gone every five, dragging on his own outside. Don’t get me wrong, I admire all the breaks, I wish I had my own way to pause a conversation. I’m sat here just waiting but Andy we’re fading.” – lyrics
‘Andy’ tells a heartfelt tale about Emily C. Browning’s recent date with a chain-smoking guy named Andy. Apparently, they were getting along, having a nice conversation, and their eyes were always locked on each other. During their intriguing dialogue, she learned that Andy has a thing for a pretty girl on TV, someone she admires. Months later, she apologizes to her date, “Andy, if you’re listening, I know I dropped the ball, and the rulebook of attraction is elusive at most. Hope you’re doing well, hope you like the way I tell it. ‘Cause, it’s at best an apology, Andy, I’m sorry.”
‘Andy’ contains a relatable narrative and tender vocals that will resonate well with fans of Billie Eilish (“Happier Than Ever”), Kimbra, and King Princess. The likable tune possesses mellow synths and piano-laden instrumentation flavored with alternative and indie-pop elements. Furthermore, “Andy” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from Emily C. Browning in the near future as she continues to release new music.
“I wrote this song about a real date with Andy. It went really well and we talked for hours. But I just couldn’t find that real spark and I was so annoyed with myself for not being into him, so the song is kind of an apology to him!” – Emily C. Browning explained
Emily C. Browning is a jazz school graduate and former session guitarist. She recently debuted as a sole producer on her latest tracks, “Andy” and “I Wasn’t Into You Anyway.” So far, Emily has shared LA writing sessions with Jesse Royal (of Maroon 5), David Ryan Harris, and with writer/producers behind Dua Lipa, Shawn Mendes, and Fifth Harmony.
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