What do you get when you slam the soulfulness and honesty of Eric Hutchinson and The Script, the lyrical delivery of Jason Mraz, and the good vibes of Jack Johnson & G. Love, with the musical genius of OneRepublic? Answer: Crash Like This.
Andrew M. Little started Crash Like This out of the pure love for expression. Being a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist lead him to begin composing and producing his own recordings. “I got tired of all my old bands dissolving. I just want to create and share music!” This resulted in the independent release of the debut self-titled EP in October of 2011, fully written and recorded by himself. A new Crash Like This album, titled Wage, is set to be released in September of 2014, also exclusively crafted by Andrew.
A live performance of Crash Like This has been described as clever, intimate, and sincere. Currently based in Nashville, TN, many live shows happen in the city and surrounding areas, with some nationwide dates booked throughout the year. An eclectic form of pop rock, Crash Like This has many stylistic influences, including blues, acoustic rock, hip hop, and funk. His lyrical content wraps up listeners in stories about loving, fighting, and just living life. While he often brings this music to life on stage as a solo act, some of Andrew’s close friends and others from the lush musical scene of Nashville will frequently join him.