Happy to be Lost Where she Belongs: Exclusive new music from Andreya Triana
During SXSW, Austinites and visitors alike can witness musicians from all over the world. Andreya Triana flew overseas from the U.K. to perform at the second night at the SXSW Factory. The crowd heard her soul filled single “Lost Where I Belong,” and nobody left disappointed.
Realizing her musical potential early in life, Andreya took to music like a fish to water. Her raspy and downtempo style is what has gotten her this far and is what’s keeping the momentum going. With comparisons to Lauryn Hill, you can only expect the best from this London native.
With comparisons to Lauryn Hill, you can only expect the best from this London native.
Like most starting out singer/songwriters, Triana paid her dues singing and performing in numerous open-mic nights. Luckily, she had a chance meeting with British producer Bonobo and released her debut full length album, Lost Where I Belong.
After receiving an outpouring of admiration from both critics and fans, Adriana has spent the past two years dazzling audiences on multiple worldwide tours, even a stop at the Glastonbury Festival in 2009.
Being a part of the Ninjatune family, Triana has cultivated a following and you should definitely keep her on your list to watch. If you’re lost in this world of music, find yourself listening to Andreya Triana and you will end up just fine.
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"Lost Where I Belong" by Andreya Triana
About The Sessions:
Producers CJ Vinson and Lauren Bucherie are musical tastemakers based out of Austin, Texas. They built their company around a simple wish: To diminish the boundary between art and audience. Their unwavering style and eclectic creative collaborations have made The Sessions sought-after team for musicians around the world. CJ and Lauren have worked with everyone from local favorites Cowboy and Indian, Suzanna Choffel and Dan Dyer to internationally-renowned acts like Fitz and the Tantrums and two-time Grammy award winners The Civil Wars.