Andrew Wyatt

American musician,producer and writer Andrew Wyatt is best known as lead singer and co-songwriter of the Swedish indie-pop band Miike Snow, having now released three studio albums including the self-titled Miike Snow, Happy to You and this year’s iii.

He has composed songs for the films Music & Lyrics and Insurgent as well as worked extensively with other artists, writing and/or producing songs with Mark Ronson, Beck, Charli XCX, Emile Haynie, Flume and Bruno Mars, with whom he was nominated for a Grammy for the song “Grenade”. Wyatt released his debut solo record Descender in 2013, it features the 75-piece Prague Philharmonic Orchestra with appearances by The Libertines' Anthony Rossomando, Spiritualized's bassist Brad Truax, Amen Dunes' Damon McMahon, and Tortoise's John Herndon.


Andrew made his Royal Ballet debut in Wayne McGregor’s Carbon Life in 2012, where he performed and collaborated with Mark Ronson as composer. On February 14, 2016, Andrew collaborated with visual artist Sarah Ortmeyer for a six hour long performance entitled Valium Valentine as part of MoMA PS1’s Sunday Sessions, for which he wrote six new songs for. The performance featured guest appearances by Hisham Bharoocha, Xander Duell, Heather Goldin of Beau, Damon McMahon aka Amen Dunes, *Lykke Li, Charlotte Kemp Muhl, Empress Of, Akwetey O.T. of D.O.Z., Zanna Van Vorstenbosch, Charli XCX and Nick Zinner. *Recorded

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