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Belfast singer-songwriter Andy White is writing songs about politics again. You know why.
Influenced both by touring his career retrospective box set last year (released on the 30th anniversary of hard-hitting debut ‘Rave On’), and throwing things at the telly in response to what’s going on in the world, Andy has written and recorded ten new songs and releases them as a limited edition 12” vinyl LP, ‘The Guilty & The Innocent’, on November 24th.
Agree with it or not, it’s a powerful piece of work. Songs about Trump, Jeremy, Grenfell, Manchester, refugees, Belfast. Trump again. The unheard. There’s even a language warning. The album rocks like a Neil Young album, although some of it is solo acoustic.
Andy writes, “The Guilty & The Innocent is one half of a double album based on the twin themes of Love and Politics. But the time for these songs to be heard is now. In these times, we all have to do what we can—and this is what I can do”.