Andrew Espinola | Always Enough

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Always Enough

by Andrew Espinola

Always Enough is best classified as a mix of indie-pop and contemporary singer-songwriter. Oh, and there's a bit of an orchestral sensibility to it all.
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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  Song Share Time Download
1. No More Lonely Empire
4:35 $0.99
2. Taken By a Pro
4:29 $0.99
3. Lazy Love
2:35 $0.99
4. Love Is Always Enough
6:04 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Andrew Espinola is a 28-year old Accountant and battle-tested songwriter who's been writing and recording music for 8 years with producer and part-time collaborator, Mark Addison. Drawing from the music scene he experienced growing up in his hometown of Austin, TX (yes, he is one of the few people that actually grew up in Austin), Andrew writes music that is best classified as contemporary singer-songwriter meets indie pop. He tries to keep the sincerity of his singer-songwriter roots, while still hitting those euphoric moments of synth explosion goodness. With his "barely sweet everyman voice" and his sincere lyrics, Andrew aims to add his personal brand of modern singer-songwriter pop to his current residence, San Antonio, TX, and eventually, everywhere else.

Always Enough was written by Andrew Espinola and recorded with Mark Addison at The Aerie Studio in Austin, TX. The EP starts out going full-blown romantic on "No More Lonely Empire", a track about a deposed warrior-queen, and ends on a high note with the positive, mantra-laden, "Love is Always Enough". In between are tracks about the laziness of modern lovers ("Lazy Love") and why you shouldn't let go of idealistic thinking ("Taken by a Pro"). It is the most positive set of songs Andrew has released. It is also his best.

Dedicated to Sam and Marilyn Volpe



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