"It's a real gem, dominated by that soaring vocal, and a wonderful, lucid lyric that pushes him further and further." - Clash Magazine
"A rising pop star" - Gay Times Magazine
Inspired by his musical idols, Andrea began to develop his craft, taking singing lessons and experimenting with pushing boundaries. At 18, he moved to London and enrolled at the British Institute of Modern Music. He became a huge fan of androgyny as a concept, portrayed through the work of Vetements, Versace, Alexander McQueen and Balenciaga, and has adapted this to fit with his own vision, combining the elegant yet edgy. Andrea is a firm believer in style telling its own story… and that it is an extension of a person's soul.
The final chapter in Andrea’s story of conflict and subjugation, is the rallying anthem "Shame Resurrection". The track takes us through an epic, emotive chord sequence, followed by a resounding crescendo as Andrea seems to talk directly to the oppressed and destitute of this world..