An unconventional artist with an unconventional album release
Andrea Dee is truly an international artist.
Born and raised in Paris, her histoire d’amour with music began in Le Coin Des Artistes, Montmartre. Aged 18, Andrea spread her wings, enjoying her first stage experiences as a third-generation showgirl in Las Vegas.
The bright lights of New York soon captured her imagination. Composing her own music and refining her elegant, yet sultry voice, Andrea began establishing herself in the big city.
Throughout the eclectic Lower East Side, Andrea played venues including Rockwood Music Hall and Bowery Ballroom. A tour across
the USA, Europe, and Asia soon followed, with Andrea exhibiting her dazzling and magnetic personality to fans across the globe. Andrea Dee has since been compared to Portishead, Amy Lee (Evanescence), and most recently, Christine and the Queens.
Now living in London, the time is right to release her debut album, Truth and Dare. Duality permeates the album, reflecting the world around us against an electro beat, and layered retro musical journey. The album showcases her proclivity towards glamour – a throwback to the iconic feathers of the spectacular Jubilee! – while also exploring a personal vulnerability. Andrea speaks openly on a weekly Vlog with the same
candidness as her French ballad ‘Je Suis Seule’, resonating with both the contemplative and those looking for a little bit of fun.
With the support of independent label, Daschund Records, Truth and Dare will be released in chapters. Each month a new song will be accompanied by a thematic video and acoustic alternative. In her defiant first single “Not Sorry”, Andrea proclaims ‘I am not sorry for who I am and what I do' while revealing the first facet of her ‘un objet d’art’. The album becomes increasingly intimate, with Andrea’s mask revealing her journey of self-reflection. It concludes with “Take Me As I Am”, a provocative assertion that dares you to confront her truth.