For a guy who puts out several EPs a month with six different projects, you might think that Andrew Huang goes for quantity over quality. However, the man is consistently solid with very few missteps along the way. One of his best pieces of work is his album Autumn from his indie/folk/pop rock project, Your Heart. This album took a few listens before I really got into it. At first, I liked it. Then, I liked it a lot. Now, I love it. He’s great with honest, and sometimes cryptic, lyrics, and his talent with musicianship (and almost any instrument imaginable) shines in tracks like “Circles” and “O! What A Lie!” I know it’s scary to take a chance on independent artists these days, with countless people out there who make music and probably shouldn’t, but you can rely on just about anything that Andrew Huang puts out. And Autumn may be his crowning achievement.
~ Scott Fryberger
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Our synopsis: “A great indie album that will leave your heart satisfied.” (Recommended by JFH’s Scott Fryberger)
Perfect For: Love, life, heartbreak
Song Highlights: “Never,” “Circles,” “O! What A Lie!,” “Lantern,” “Your Heart”
So, what are your thoughts on and experiences with the album Autumn? Do you recommend it? If so, why?