Hauskey With His Outstanding Track "Go Wrong"
Upcoming artist Andy who is known as Hauskey he is from Perth, Australia and writes, performs, and produces records. Potentially records that could change your life. Potentially change his own too. But really, it’s too early to say. It feels good though. Andy feels pretty good about them. Everything he’s done in his life, up to this point, has been to posit himself precisely where he finds his feet today. On the verge of...Next in line...The boy most likely to. Sitting pretty on a clutch of brilliant songs he’s sculpted. Ready to see what you all think of them, whether they are, in fact, going to make a difference. Let’s rewind a bit. Back to Andy finding a John Coltrane record in his mum’s collection. Not The Beatles, not Bob Dylan, nor Rolling Stones or The Eagles, nor any of those other classic but cliché “discoveries” we all found for ourselves during those formative, impressionable “so this is music” years. Andy had more of a penchant for seminal US saxophonists, apparently. Naima, he recalls, was the song that raised a cluster of epiphanies, a veritable constellation of lightbulbs dazzling over his teenage head. Opened his ears to a new world. He had been filling those ears with alt. something artists that college pals usually impress are worth listening to and some of them had stuck; Red Hot Chili Peppers, Audioslave, Coldplay, and the smoother talents of John Mayer hit on an emotional chord too. But Andy didn’t need his friends to tell him what was up, he was already out there on his solo voyage, a defining factor in what comes next. Following the release of his newest single "Go Wrong" he projects a very groovy track that will surely captivate your ears. Starting the track with an upbeat energy leading onto his sweet and luscious vocals he completes the track entirely. Explaining the track further Hauskey goes into detail saying “If you’ve heard my music, you’ve probably picked up an air of pessimism in my writing. Lately, some exciting stuff has been happening, but my natural tendency to expect the worst is holding me back from enjoying it. And so, we have ‘Go Wrong;’ me and my brain being unable to celebrate a win, however small, because it’s so quickly on the lookout for the next stumbling block.” To the vocals and production this track will truly take you into happy atmosphere that will genuinely make you get up on your feet and enjoy the music. It would just perfect for a late night drive or hanging out with some friends. Go stream "Go Wrong" and check out his discography which is filled with outstanding tracks.