Premiere: Andy The Crocodile – “Hope”


We’re happy to premiere “Hope,” a new track from Indian singer/songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Andy The Crocodile (born Anand Manivannan). The artist possesses vibrant, nicely fluctuating vocals, a range that first becomes apparent around 01:22. Quaint guitar work starts things off, with a pit-pattering rhythm section and Manivannan’s vocals comprising the bulk of the initial arsenal. Additional guitar flourishes emerge later, especially during the bridge past the two-minute mark, which add some nice twinkling keys as well. “Hope” is a pleasant track for certain, off Andy The Crocodile upcoming Scars & Wounds EP, out on June 8th.

“”Scars & Wounds” is about those people in life you never outgrow, but carry with you as a mark on your soul, cursed with the scars that echo through your reveries but endowed with the memory of being touched by an angel,” the artist says.

Mike Mineo

I'm the founder/editor of Obscure Sound, which was formed in 2006. Previously, I wrote for PopMatters and Stylus Magazine.

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