What’s better than a banjo? Someone who knows how to play! Clarke Edward Andros does just that saying that he’s guilty of an “Americana induced smile” whenever he plays. It’s through this instrument that he feels he has found his style.
When he was 13 he discovered the guitar and has not yet been able to put it down–aside from his banjo. Just a few years ago he realized that poetry was a rad way to journal his thoughts, and started writing folk songs with a few friends. Since then his music has been featured in a student film called Kids On the Run.
Clarke is currently working on writing and producing songs for his upcoming album and is also working on a music video set to drop this Fall.
His raw acoustic essence is reminiscent of The Tallest Man On Earth and Bob Dylan. Check him out for yourself:
“Pain to Life”