UK pop singer AJ Wander reflects on past love with new single “Way We Walk”

UK pop singer AJ Wander reflects on past love with new single “Way We Walk”

Thursday, 10 December 2020, 12.05pm

Following the success of his debut single, “Time Out,” London-based pop singer-songwriter AJ Wander has now shared his second track, “Way We Walk,” out now. The song, produced by Brad Mair (Dean Lewis, Jamie Cullum), is an emotive pop number, demonstrating Wander’s dynamic voice and masterful melodies. Lyrically, “Way We Walk” centers around the end of a relationship, as Wander states, “I wrote ‘Way We Walk’ after an ex and I discovered the lie we’d been living together. We finally saw the truth that we weren't made for each other and that ignorance isn’t always bliss.” “Way We Walk” is out now and available to stream here.

Prior to the ongoing pandemic, AJ Wander had been running himself ragged playing covers at piano bars and hotels across the United Kingdom. Once lockdown hit, he turned all his energy and focus into creating his own music and pushing forward his solo career. Wander’s drive paid off as his new music led him to sign a management and recording deal with Elevation, a USA-based music company that specializes in artist development, and a publishing deal with BDi Music, administered globally by Bucks Music Group. Releasing his debut single “Time Out” in early November, the track has gained Wander a global following. With more music to come, Wander is poised as one of the British artists to watch in 2021.

"Way We Walk" the brand new single from AJ Wander is out now across all digital platforms.

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