Andrew Wyatt Will Release His First Solo Album In 10 Years


Andrew Wyatt Golden Globe and Academy Award-winning artist Miike Snow, lead singer of Miike Snow and co-wrote of Lady Gaga’s “A Star Is Born” and Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie”, will release a new album on August 18.

His first full-length solo project since 2013’s “Descender”, “Someday It Won’t Feel Like Dying” is a personal reflection on grief and the death of love. The album’s lead single “Beyond the Pale” is now on the air with its clip directed by Sebastian Mlynarski.

“‘Beyond the Pale’ is a breakup song about the memories and regrets of failed love,” Wyatt explained.

He continued, “For the ‘Beyond the Pale’ music video, I always knew we were going to be playing with a representation of what was real and what was fake. Memories of exes don’t actually have the power to bother us on their own. It is we who actuate these projections as if we wanted to take a stroll among them and transcend our emotional boundaries.”

Wyatt is best known for leading alternative pop band Miike Snow with hits like “Animal” and “Genghis Khan.” Additionally, Bruno Mars (as songwriter on “Doo-Wops & Hooligans” and “Unorthodox Jukebox”), Dua Lipa (for “New Love” and “Barbie” song “Dance the Night”) and Miley Cyrus (rock-forward 2020) Produced several tracks on his record “Plastic Hearts”). Wyatt’s arsenal of years of collaborators also includes Florence + the Machine, Liam Gallagher, Lil Wayne, Mark Ronson, Caroline Polachek, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

Wyatt won two Grammy Awards — a Golden Globe for co-writing Bruno Mars’ hit “Grenade” and “Star Is Born” and “Shallow,” and an Academy Award for best original song.

You can watch the “Beyond the Pale” music video below.

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