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Andy’s Room ‘Superstition’ : “Acknowledgement of all of the pain and feelings of uncertainty that come with moving on.”

Andy's Room

‘Superstition’ is a song that embodies the confusion and frustration of a newly ended relationship and the feelings that come with that. It’s about not understanding why you can’t seem to move past people and places in your life that you want to forget. It’s an acknowledgement of all of the pain and feelings of uncertainty that come with moving on.

Andy’s Room is a band from Fullerton, CA that blends a fusion of emo, pop punk, and indie rock to create large, ambient sonic landscapes through heavily layered guitar, aggressive percussion, and honest, emotive lyrics.

In April 2017, they released their debut dreamy & somber EP ‘Yours Forever.’ Drawing from a slightly heavier sound, the band released two singles in early 2018, titled ‘Parchment’ and ‘400 Miles’ about the difficulties that come with being in a long distant relationship. In late 2018, the band released a new single ‘Always You’ showcasing new pop elements, with an acoustic version of ‘Parchment’ as a B-side.

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