Today, singer/songwriter Andrew X has unveiled a brand new music video for his latest single, “Where Are You Now.”

Originally released earlier this month, the “Where Are You Now” music video was directed by Luke Pilgrim and Brad Kennedy, and finds Andrew on stage behind a keyboard playing what feels like an intimate performance to the viewer themselves. Fitting to the style of the song itself, the video flashes 80s-inspired graphics as celestial bodies shine and explode across the projected screen.

Speaking on the track, Andrew shares “I wrote “Where Are You Now” after coming across an old picture of a dear friend from the past in a box of old photos. Seeing the picture instantly took me back to how she made me feel when we were together. It also made me feel a fair amount of guilt about how I treated her, and a fair amount of regret due to the fact I never told her how I really felt about her, and how great of a person I really thought she was. I don’t know where she is now, but I wish her the best, hope she doesn’t hold hard feelings, and hope that she has found love and is living a great life.”

Watch the video for “Where Are You Now” below.

“Where Are You Now” is lifted from Andrew’s new album, Driving At Sunset, which will be released on September 20th. The album was produced by Matt Goldman (UnderoathAnberlin), mixed by Mark Needham (The KillersImagine Dragons), and mastered by Ted Jensen (NEEDTOBREATHEFlorence + The Machine), and features breezy stories of unrequited love, earnest confessions, and genuine emotion color the ten songs on the new album. Lead single “Miracles” was released alongside the announcement, effortlessly blending modern sensibilities with a heartfelt homage to late 80s pop-rock influences.

On the new album, Andrew shares, “’Driving At Sunset’ is an album about reflecting on what is good in life, having the courage to deal with and overcome life’s challenges, and moving forward in life with great expectations of a bright future. It is my hope that these songs leave the listener feeling like they have been wrapped in the warmth and comfort of a summer setting sun.

Fans can pre-save Driving At Sunset now here.


Andrew X driving sunset art


  1. Whatever It Takes
  2. Miracles
  3. In The Moment
  4. Jungle Love
  5. Where Are You Now
  6. Bridges
  7. October Winds
  8. Dancin’ In The Rain
  9. Out Of The Wild
  10. Warm Intentions