Andrew Wyatt is a Grammy-nominated songwriter, producer, and the lead singer of Miike Snow. Miike Snow’s self-titled debut album was released on Downtown Records in June 2009 and their sophomore follow up Happy To You was released in March 2012. Wyatt released his debut solo album Descender on April 16, 2013.
Aside from his own band projects, Wyatt has worked extensively with other artists ranging from Bruno Mars, Britney Spears and Daniel Merriweather to Mark Ronson and Carl Barat. In 2010 Wyatt co-wrote Daniel Merriweather’s single “Change”, which reached No.1 in the UK charts. His work with Bruno Mars produced two No. 1 singles in “When I Was Your Man” and "Grenade", the latter earning him a Grammy nomination for Song of the Year.
He has also composed for film, credited to the songs “Pop! Goes My Heart,” and “Slam,” on the soundtrack to the Hugh Grant / Drew Barrymore film Music & Lyrics, as well as created music along with Mark Ronson and Wayne McGregor for the 2012 London Royal Opera House, one act ballet entitled Carbon Life.