LP released: Oct 20, 2023

1. A1 Intro
2. A2 2rbostate Of Mind
3. A3 Chords
4. A4 Jazzbreaks
5. A5 Lostgamez
6. A6 Grinding
7. A7 Plus
8. A8 Ellipsis
9. A9 Rightnow
10. A10 Early Years
11. A11 No Love
12. A12 Ferror
13. A13 She's A
14. A14 Money
15. B1 Exper
16. B2 2rbo (Dub)
17. B3 Never
18. B4 Keep
19. B5 Still Alive Feat. King Solomon
20. B6 Shifting Gears
21. B7 Nightcap
22. B8 Horse Opera
23. B9 Leave For Good
24. B10 Memento
25. B11 Brettmix
26. B12 Spacecowboy
27. B13 Trial & Error

You’ll Be free - Waiting For The Rain was produced by Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers) and recorded at Rockfield studios in Monmouth and The Libertines Albion Rooms studios in Margate. Having just completed an Arena Tour of America with Louis Tomlinson, Andrew Cushin is on the road again with Louis across Europe in August/September. Wor Flags, released last month is the fifth track (following It’s Coming Round Again, 4.5%, You’ll Be Free and Dream For A Moment) to be taken from Waiting For The Rain. A new single Just Like You’d Want Me To is released August 30th. 23-year-old singer-songwriter Andrew Cushin is Newcastle’s fastest rising star. He has already recorded with Noel Gallagher and counts Paul Weller and Sam Fender among his biggest cheerleaders. Andrew grew up on a council estate in Heaton, Newcastle. His songs, delivered in a gorgeous baritone that sounds way beyond his years, are full of his experiences growing up, his lust for life, his grief at the loss of loved ones, his hopes and fears, his love and his stoicism. Andrew Cushin released his debut single It’s Gonna Get Better (2020) followed by Waiting For The Rain (2020); ’Where’s My Family Gone’ (2021) featuring production and guitar from Noel Gallagher and in 2022, through Peter Doherty’s Strap Originals label, You Don’t Belong EP and double A Side single You’ll Be Free / Dream For A Moment. Press quotes: 'Cushin recalls acoustic Noel Gallagher circa Morning Glory.' – Sunday Times Culture // 'The kitchen-sink realism of his songs, raised on the concrete turfs of council estates and smoke filled social clubs of Newcastle, is something the chart-topping Toms, Jacks and Georges of guitar pop are not only desperately lacking, but entirely unaware of.' - The Line of Best Fit // 'Andrew Cushin is a newcomer being feted by actual icons.' – Clash // 'Has built enough hometown momentum to suggest he could ‘do a Sam Fender’ very soon.' - Music Week // 'It's clear to see the future is bright for Andrew whose backing from big names as well as a loyal following sets him up nicely to take the scene by storm.' Daily Mirror // 'Transforming his native infused-sound, Andrew Cushin releases a banger.' Wonderland // 'A set of personal yet relatable songs that connect immediately and directly.' Louder Than War