Motley Crue Drummer Tommy Lee Readies New Solo Album, ‘Andro’


Tommy Lee – Story by Cat Badra, photo by Myriam Santos

Listen to two new solo tracks from Tommy Lee of Motley Crue, “Knock Me Down” and “Tops”

Motley Crue won’t be touring the world this year, playing ampitheaters on their summer tour, but Crue drummer Tommy Lee is gearing up to release a new solo album.

Lee will release a new, hip-hop based solo album called “Andro” on Oct. 16. Along with making the big announcement, Lee has released two new songs from the album, “Knock Me Down,” featuring Killvein, and “Tops,” featuring Push Push.. Both tracks are available at all the usual digital outlets.

“Working with Tommy was an incredible opportunity,” Push Push said in a statement. “He made sure that I was in a comfortable space, free to express myself fully and without limits. The video shoot was a dream come true. I felt empowered to show all my true colors without judgement. Honestly that team could’ve made anyone feel like a star.”

Andro’s upcoming album also features a guest appearance from Buckcherry frontman Josh Todd, who sings on a track named, “Hot Fudge Sundae,” and a Prince cover from Lukas Rossi.

Motley Crue was forced to postpone the band’s summer arena tour, which also featured Def Leppard, Poison and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, to 2021 due to the ongoing coronvavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. When it happens, the tour will mark the band’s first live performance since playing their “final” show on New Year’s Eve 2015 in Los Angeles, wrapping up their “All Bad Things Music Come to an End Tour.”



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