Premiere: Andy Sydow Releases New Single "Hearts Go On" From Upcoming Record

Colorado’s Andy Sydow has released his newest single today, “Hearts Go On.” The track, which feels Tom Petty-inspired with Americana and rock influences, will be on Sydow’s upcoming record Reasons For Departure.

Sydow actually began his music career at the University of Colorado in Boulder where he studied jazz piano performance. From there, he worked a short stint at Howl At The Moon as a dueling piano performer until he realized he wanted to pursue a life as a solo artist.

After releasing his works Trailhead (2015) and A Little Messed Up (2016), Sydow took to the road with the Andy Sydow band across the U.S. and Canada. Reasons For Departure, which will be released in May of this year, is Sydow’s most current project. He has worked on the album with Grammy-nominated and Colorado Music Hall of Fame inductee Chris Daniels.


Said Sydow about the debut single from the record, “The song teases the innocence of young love, while the character in the story is so wrapped up in it, he can't see beyond the pain of the situation. I hope the listener can relate to and see the other side of a situation that pretty much everyone has experienced.”

Make sure to give “Hearts Go On” a listen and keep up with Andy here.

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