„Don’t Call Me, I’ll Call You Soon.“
There’s little sun but lots of light.
You don’t want to take the bus to IKEA anymore
because it’s passing the place where your broken heart has stranded.
Trying to get rid of your blurry daydreams about disappeared friends who got stuck at the bar somewhere down town you are looking forward to new appointments and opportunities, accompanied by wobbling pianos, guitars
and a dry and chilly drumbeat.
Having a crush tastes like coke on ice and life sounds like a stereo paradise.
Don’t call me, i’ll call you soon!
Andi Fins moved from the bavarian woods to Berlin where his name is connected with the acquainted german artist scene as keyboard player, writer and producer. After launching several indie hits like „Wasting My Time“, „Start Up“ and „Paris Tokyo“ he’s releasing his new album which is dealing with exploring the unknown,
letting go and being caught by fatal optimism.
„Wenn Euer Nachbar in Friedrichshain ständig am Klavier und anderen Tasten klimpert könnte es Andi sein,
wie er ein bisschen Sonnenstrahlenmood schreibt, also beschwert Euch nicht…“