Singer-songwriter Andreya Triana donates profits from T-shirts to Housing for Women

Published 22 January 2019

Andreya Triana is a London born singer-songwriter and unique vocalist, known for her cutting edge and soulful performances. Produced by Bonobo, her debut album ‘Lost Where I belong’ was released in 2010 to critical-acclaim. To celebrate the release of her brand new single, ‘WOMAN’, and the message empowerment behind it, Andreya has designed 20 limited edition T-shirts, the profits of which she is kindly donating to Housing for Women.

Recorded in the UK, her forthcoming new album ‘Life In Colour’, is a celebration of love, freedom, independence and womanhood.  Its lead single, ‘WOMAN’, is a soulful pop anthem of self-love. The lyric video is a tribute to Andreya’s mother, grandmother and the strong inspirational women in her life.

Andreya’s distinctive soulful voice has a husky tone that is rare in many singer-songwriters. Her new single ‘WOMAN’ and accompanying limited edition T-shirts will be a worthwhile purchase for an extremely worthwhile cause. 

Commenting on the news, Zaiba Qureshi, Chief Executive of Housing for Women said: “We are over the moon that Andreya is generously donating the profits from her limited edition T-shirt collection to Housing for Women. Andreya’s new single, ‘WOMAN’, and its message celebrating strong women in her life, has a unique affinity with Housing for Women’s commitment to female empowerment. We are truly moved by Andreya’s generosity and are delighted to be partnering with such a pioneering and inspiring performer.”

Andreya added: "I’m delighted to be partnering with Housing for Women for this exclusive collection of T-shirts. I really enjoyed the creative process of making the tees to mark the release of WOMAN, but it’s even better to know that all of the profits go to such an important cause. Housing for Women do crucial work in providing housing and support for women and their families and I’m thrilled to be supporting them on this project."

The limited edition T-shirts can be bought through Andreya’s official online store where 100% of the profits will go directly to Housing for Women -

‘Life In Colour’ will be released 22nd February 2019 and is available to pre-order now -

Andreya Triana has announced a headline show to take place in London next year. The British singer-songwriter will perform a must-see set at EartH in Hackney on Thursday 21st March where she will play music from her new album plus tracks from her acclaimed back catalogue. Tickets are available now via



For further information please contact Sarah Stone, Communications & Research Officer at Housing for Women via 


Notes to Editors

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About Housing for Women

Housing for Women is a registered charity and independent housing association. We champion female empowerment by providing and promoting affordable homes for women and gender-specific support services.

Since 1934, we have been working to build a more equal society for women, a world where everyone has a safe roof over their head regardless of circumstance, where violence against women is no longer tolerated.

Our role as a landlord goes way beyond bricks and mortar. For over 40 years Housing for Women has been supporting women and children in London escaping domestic violence and abuse, empowering women to overcome trauma, rebuild their lives free from fear, and regain their independence.

Our organisation’s roots go back to the suffragette movement. Housing for Women carries on in the footsteps of these early women’s rights campaigners, working with some of the most marginalised groups in the UK, such as trafficked women, women leaving prison and older women at risk of loneliness and isolation.

Empowering women and challenging inequality are at the core of everything we do.


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