- 12 Feb 21
Listen to the new single from the Belfast-based singer-songwriter below.
Following the release of 'Little Darlin'' last year, Andrew Patterson returns with a brand new single, 'Normal People' – a feel-good folk-pop track inspired by Sally Rooney’s book of the same name and its hit TV adaptation.
“Also inspired by my own journey, the song is a call to the struggle in each of us to fit in despite all of our quirks and insecurities," the Belfast-based singer-songwriter says of the track. "The realisation becomes that really, no one is truly normal, and everyone is searching for the same sense of belonging.”
Featuring Chris McCann on drums, 'Normal People' was recorded in Subzero Studios with producer Michael McCluskey, and was mastered by Pete Maher – whose previous clients include the likes of U2, The Killers, Snow Patrol and Damien Rice.
Patterson has been releasing music and gigging regularly across Dublin and Belfast for the last five years. Following the release of his well-received EP, Out of Babylon, in 2019, he began writing new songs informed by the current state of the world in 2020 – and is now bringing those projects to life.
With the release of 'Normal People', Andrew Patterson has positioned himself on the cusp of a mainstream breakthrough. Listen below: