|THE VIDEO IS DEDICATED TO ALL WOMEN ON INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY|
ANDREYA’S NEW ALBUM ‘LIFE IN COLOUR’
IS RELEASED 24TH MAY 2019
Watch the video for ‘Broke’ HERE
Pre-order ‘Life in Colour’ HERE
Andreya Triana has today shared the video for her latest single, ‘Broke’. The track is taken from her upcoming album, ‘Life in Colour’, which is released 24th May 2019 through Hi-Tea Records/The Orchard.
The powerful video features shots of Andreya performing the soulful track mixed with scenes of a mother and daughter doing everyday things at home, reflecting the song’s heartfelt lyrics about Andreya growing up with her mother. ‘Broke’ is the second single to be taken from the album, and follows first single ‘WOMAN’ and precedes ‘Freedom’ which will be released 8th April.
The opportunity to work with a female director for the video, Agile Films’ Claire Pinegar, also encapsulates the strong femininity and empowerment theme of the album, while the release coincides with International Women’s Day.
Andreya says: “My new single ‘Broke’ is for anyone that’s had to live off baked beans and make a tenner last a lifetime. It was inspired by a particular time in my life, but I’m forever thankful to my friends and Mum for always being there to help me out. After all, if we have love then we have the ultimate riches. On that note… must pay Mum back that tenner!”
Recorded in London and Stockholm, the upcoming album is inspired by womanhood and comprises a wide-range of musical influences – soul, blues, pop, reggae and jazz. Available to pre-order now, it comes in digital, CD and coloured vinyl formats. Andreya’s third record follows her critically-acclaimed 2010 debut ‘Lost Where I Belong’, which was produced by Bonobo, and her sophomore record ‘Giants’, which came out in 2015.
Andreya will perform at EartH in Hackney on 17th September where she will play music from her new album plus tracks from her back catalogue. Tickets for the show are on sale now via gigsandtours.com
For further information please contact Murray Chalmers PR
0207 361 0730