“An honest and raw portrayal of a breakup, as AJ reflects on his own experiences with a depth of emotion that will leave the listener teary-eyed and nostalgic of their own past love stories.” – Culture Collide
“A prime example of AJ’s emotive and substantive songwriting.” – Jenny Greene, 2FM (Ireland)
Today, London-based pop singer-songwriter AJ Wander shared a live performance video of his debut single “Time Out”. The video, filmed at Craxton Studios in London, finds Wander sitting at an antique Bluthner piano for a stripped-down rendition of the song. The lush, piano-driven melodies lend themselves to the lyrics as AJ expresses his emotions over a difficult breakup.
Recorded with producer Brad Mair (Dean Lewis, Jamie Cullum, Kygo), “Time Out” has already seen over 550,000 streams on Spotify since its release less than one month ago. The track is a prime example of the type of emotive, substantive pop songwriting that makes Wander one of the British artists to watch heading into 2021.