Andrea Hernandez has been writing and singing her songs since she was a teenager on the Bristol music scene.
After more than 10 years of stumbling around incongruously blubbing and disintegrating whilst playing at the various open mic nights in Bristol and London (where she neither tamed her nerves nor banished her desire to perform), Andrea and her childhood pal Guitarist & Orchestral French Horn player Greg Phillips (Boxcar Aldous Huxley) spent a number of years gently reworking her loosely formed songs and started playing gigs in and around Bristol. Andrea took the songs to New York sharing a bill with Paleface and Eric 'Freight Train' Adams (Satchel Jones) as well as going to Wales to do a gig with SL Macombie. She has supported amongst others, Morning Star (Jesse D Vernon), Patrick Duff (Strangelove), War Against Sleep, John E Vistic, Rasha Shaheen, Emily Breeze as well as Nik Young, Jokate Benson and Bimbo Spam. In 2003, Andrea played at Ladyfest, she has also appeared onstage at Ashton Court Festival twice - once with the The Legendary Moonflowers in 1990 and then in around 2005 she drunkenly stepped out of the audience to dance for Gravenhurst during an acoustic song.
In 2006 Andrea & Greg took the songs into the studio with multi-instrumentalists and programmers Stew Jackson and Dan Brown @ Robot Club in Bristol to produce 'The Unravelling'.
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