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“Midnight” Captures Pandemic Isolation and Loneliness From WYNNE’s Perspective

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Rory Andrew (WYNNE) is a Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling songwriter, artist, producer, and multi-instrumental. He has written and produced songs that have been released by major artists such as Machine Gun Kelly, Jaden Smith, Lennon Stella, and many more. He wrote, co-produced, and is featured on ODESZA‘s single “Line of Sight,” which debuted at #1 on Billboard Electronic Charts, #1 on the iTunes Electronic Charts, and was nominated for Best Dance Recording for the 2018 Grammy Awards. He has performed live alongside ODESZA at famed venues and festivals, including Coachella, Red Rocks Amphitheater, Staples Center, Greek Theater, and NYC’s famed Barclays Center. His compositions have also been used in numerous TV shows and films.

As WYNNE continues to build his music career, he is also gearing up to release his debut EP, Both Sides. A few weeks ago, he released his first two singles. “Midnight” was inspired by the pandemic and is a profoundly striking memoir of introspection. WYNNE confides,

It’s about coming to terms with a sense of loneliness and isolation at a time when we all desperately crave connection.

The lush soundscape features gently flowing guitar plucks beneath mesmerizingly moody vocals. The introspective musings are delivered through a beautifully striking tone and capture the oh-so-relatable feelings of loneliness and heaviness that many of us have felt over the past year. Cinematic sounds swell behind a complementary rise in the lyrics as acceptance of those feelings is reached. Peaceful instrumentals boost the feelings of acceptance, creating an ascent into a tranquil closing.

You can listen to “Midnight” as well as the first track of the EP, “Open Doors,” today!

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