One of Australia’s greatest songwriters, Andrew Farriss is known as a co-founder and the main songwriter, keyboardist/guitarist, and backing vocalist for multi award winning iconic band INXS.
Singer/Songwriter Andrew Farriss celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the multi-platinum selling album ‘X,’ released on this day 30 years ago from the world-renowned band, INXS. Farriss, a founding member of the band, played keyboard and provided backing vocals and other instrumentation. With INXS, he has sold over 60 million records, received multiple Grammy nominations, and an induction into the ARIA Hall Of Fame in 2001. ‘X,’ INXS’s 7th studio album, was released on September 25th in 1990.
Gearing up for the release of his first solo EP, songwriter Andrew Farriss delivers refreshing optimism with an enchanting new single titled, “All The Stars Are Mine”. The single is the perfect representation of what Andrew’s forthcoming EP Love Makes The World mirrors. The EP, slated for release on October 2, 2020, will give listeners a unique peek into his solo efforts; a project the esteemed songwriter has been working on for more than a decade. In fact, Andrew’s debut solo album was due for release in 2020, but COVID-19 threw a curveball into those plans. Rather than sit back and wait, Andrew put plans in motion to bring forward the release of his already completed 2021 EP so he could still share music with fans who had been waiting. Farriss’s EP, Love Makes The World will be released through BMG and is available now for preorder.
While COVID-19 might have stalled the creative works of many, acclaimed singer/songwriter Andrew Farriss has used the down-time to record his soon to be released 5-song EP Love Makes The World slated for release on October 2, 2020.