THE FOLLOW UP TO HIS TOP 5 AIRPLAY HIT, ‘NEVER MEANT TO BREAK YOUR HEART’ & TOP 10 AIRPLAY SINGLE, ‘RIGHT ON DOWN’
Andrew Swift has gone from strength to strength since making his dive into the Australian country music scene. In 2017, he was a Toyota Starmaker Grand-Finalist; going on to release his album, ‘Call Out for the Cavalry’, which hit the #1 spot on the ARIA Australian Country Album Chart and win at the 2019 Golden Guitar Awards for Qantas New Talent of the Year & for Alt Country Album of the Year. In 2021, Andrew would go on to co-host the Golden Guitar Awards.
In 2020, Andrew signed with ABC Music and released the first single from his forthcoming new album. Never Meant To Break Your Heart, the single, went onto secure Andrew’s highest National Country Airplay chart to date – peaking at #4.
His 2nd single release, Right On Down, also climbed the charts peaking at #9 on the National Country Airplay Charts.
After a 2020 spent in and out of lockdown in his home state of Victoria, Andrew Swift has dropped his third single, Head Full of Honey. . As Andrew describes the song, “I think I channelled my awkward teenage self when writing ‘Head Full Of Honey’ with Billie-Jo Porter. There was always a girl at school or someone I’d see at the local shops that I’d develop a crush on but would never have the nerve to actually start a conversation. I did plenty of day dreaming, imagining how things would play out if we hit it off though.”
‘But I got a head full of honey
A real bad case of love drunk’
Swift is in the process of fine tuning his third album with award winning producer, Matt Fell. Album PREORDER details to come shortly with an album release in 2021. Meanwhile, with borders open, Andrew hits the road with more tour dates being added around the country.