Toronto’s very own Andi is back with her new and eargasmic single “Lost In Translation” – it’s a magnetic track with elements of neo-soul, contemporary r&b and 70’s funk.
“This song presents a new theme in my music and the upcoming album, a coming of age story. In the process of growing into adulthood and surviving the world, traumatic experiences forced me to become hard and protective,” says Andi. “I became independent and proficient, but I lost part of me in the process. The empathy and kindness I once afforded to others, my worldview, and myself is now evasive. This song is about trying to get that love back. Seeing vulnerability as an asset instead of a weakness.”
Her honesty in her music comes through with this tune and her voice can transport folks to another world with her warmth and nostalgic vibe. Her passion and musical fearlessness is catching Toronto’s eye. Through her music and with scathing satire, she shines the spotlight on womxn’s autonomy and sexual expression, toxic masculinity and male fragility, as well as honestly and genuinely sharing her experience as a womxn in the LGTBQA+ community. Since the the success of her first EP, she has performed with David Foster, placed top 4 in CBC Spotlight’s National Competition, and toured Canada with a 9-piece band. Now she’s ready to release her first full-length project, starting with “Lost In Translation.”