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Andreah’s New Pop Ballad “Let Me Go Easy”
22 07, 2022 @ 10:00 am
Irish-Filipina pop songstress ANDREAH is back with a new single following the successful reception of her previous singles, I just miss you, which was featured in the Filipino hit TV show “He’s into her”, Dream and Best Friend. A pop ballad of heartbreak and self-discovery, “Let Me Go Easy” by ANDREAH is now available on all streaming platforms. Having acquired over two and a half million streams to date and over 160,000 monthly listeners on the popular music streaming platform, Spotify, the singer- songwriter shares that the track was inspired by spending 21 days alone in hotel quarantine; she states that she wanted to write a song about learning to love yourself, as “you are the only person you can always rely on”. The song came to life after she wanted to film herself writing a song to show her fans her songwriting process. “I felt really alone towards the end of quarantine as I spent over 18 days in isolation, so I decided to write a song as I knew that writing music would always make me feel better. I challenged myself to write the song while being filmed – at first the camera really bothered me as I was quite shy, but after I started getting into the groove by channeling all of the emotions I felt at the time, I was able to finish the song in 45 minutes,” shares ANDREAH. ANDREAH has collaborated with LA-based producer, Justin Stanley on this new track. Justin has previously produced the likes of Paul McCartney/ Prince/ Eric Clapton/ Sheryl Crow/ Beck/ Leonard Cohen/ Snoop Dogg and others. After being recommended to ANDREAH through a connection, Justin listened to all 30 of ANDREAH’s original song demos and picked “Let Me Go Easy” as the one he saw the most potential in. ANDREAH states that “Justin is one of the most talented producers she has ever met – he managed to capture all of her emotions perfectly, without even meeting her in person!” After remotely working on the song together for over a month, it is now out for the world to hear.