Andrew M. Little created Crash Like This out of the pure love for expression. Being a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist led him to be...
Andrew M. Little created Crash Like This out of the pure love for expression. Being a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist led him to begin composing and producing his own recordings. Not interested in using his own name, he came up with the name, Crash Like This, which comes from a notion he has on life that says we're all crashing through it in our own way. This resulted in the independent release of the debut self-titled EP in the Fall of 2011, followed by the 2015 Spring release of the album titled, Wage, and a 2016 single release of “Doin’ Fine (Single Version).” All releases were exclusively crafted by Andrew. These songs wrap up listeners in stories about loving, fighting, and living life. Crash Like This songs are lyrically focused with extensive electric and acoustic guitar work. It's all some form of rock with many influences that give nods to blues, hip hop, soul, and reggae while maintaining a down to earth singer-songwriter feel. [100% Independent Music.]