The 20-year-old newcomer Andrew Cushin today shares his debut single ‘It’s Gonna Get Better’. It’s a striking introduction for the Geordie singer-songwriter, whose burgeoning reputation has already seen him sell-out next month’s headline show at The Cluny.

‘It’s Gonna Get Better’ immediately positions Andrew as a musician who is destined for bigger things in the year ahead. His first calling card is the sheer strength of his vocal. It’s a voice which has the power to demand your attention, yet also with the soul, nuance and character that brings his emotive words to life. Lyrically it’s an unguarded outpouring of emotion, rich with regret, romance and yearning. The overwhelming feeling, however, is one of optimism and redemption.

The accompanying video depicts Andrew’s life in and around his home city. Sometimes they’re iconic – matchday at Newcastle United alongside statues of local heroes Alan Shearer and Bobby Robson, and crossing the famous Tyne Bridge. At other times they’re more day-to-day – darts, pool and a pint at his local bar The Turbinia, strolling the city’s backstreets, and performing in Stockton.


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