Kyle Andrews' previous album Amos in Ohio was originally released in Nashville in 2005 and later re-released by Badman Recording Co. based on the strength of its songwriting and stick-to-your-brain catchiness. Following critical acclaim and Best of 2005 and 2006 accolades for his album, Kyle toured the U.S. including opening for Josh Rouse on a number of dates earlier this year. Consequently, his fan base grew tremendously in a very short time. As his audience grew, his personal relationship back in Philidelphia sunk. Kyle laments, "There was a point when I was asking myself 'What can I fit in a carry-on to fly back to Nashville?' It's kind of like the CD artwork (on Find Love, Let Go) where you've got this guy trying to stay positive, smiling, as he is falling into the shark infested waters."
Kyle recorded the album in his bedroom and in the living room of a friend's house in Nashville. "Personally, these songs are where I am at right now. The songs on Amos in Ohio were written in a more reflective way and these are more in the moment of where my life is right now. It makes it a little more interesting through the rough and tumble of this last year. I don't want to sound too heavy, it's still just a pop record. In the last year, I've lived in three different cities and lost most of my personal possessions," says Kyle.
Find Love, Let Go is Kyle Andrews' most mature album to date. It still has all the catchy, hook -laden ditties he is known for, but adds in more depth and character in his sounds and lyrics to showcase the keen songwriter he has become.