Andrina Travers

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Andrina Travers

Andrina Travers (* 1995 Andrina Rohrbach ) is a Swiss rock - singer .


Travers got a record deal at the age of 13 and shortly thereafter released her first single, which was played regularly on the Swiss radio station DRS3 .

On May 2, 2009, she opened the Mister Switzerland election 2009 in Lugano as the first show act . That same year, on November 20th, Travers released their first studio album under the name Look at Me .

In 2010 Travers sings the title song for the TV series Best Friends , which stayed at number 1 on the DRS1 radio station's “Zambo Charts” for seven weeks . In summer 2010 she appeared in the opening act of DJ BoBo's Fantasy Tour and played in the Hallenstadion in Zurich and in the PostFinance-Arena in Bern . With the song Drop of Drizzle , she made it into the top twelve of the Swiss applicants for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Düsseldorf and performed at the big decision-making show in the Bodensee-Arena .

Since 2013 Travers has been a member of the alternative rock band "Underskin". In 2015 they released their first album Collective Confusion, then performed at Rock am Ring , among others, and toured Russia, Italy, Germany and Switzerland in 2018.

In 2016 Andrina Travers was a participant in the German TV show The Voice of Germany , where she made it into the Sing Offs with Team Samu.

Travers has lived in Zurich with her husband since 2015.


Studio albums

  • 2009: Look at Me
  • 2015: Collective Confusion (Underskin)
  • 2018: Cat Got Your Tongue (Underskin)


  • 2008: Empty Rooms
  • 2010: You and Me
  • 2017: Use me (Underskin)

Music videos

  • 2010: Let There Be Hope
  • 2010: Drop of Drizzle
  • 2014: Get awake
  • 2017: Use me (Underskin)
  • 2019: Monster On A Throne (Underskin)


  • 2011: Best Friends (guest appearance as herself)
  • 2017: The Voice of Germany

Web links

Individual evidence

  2. Official website of the band Underskin
  3. News archive Retrieved February 8, 2016 .
  4. Heating up for DJ Bobo . In: Tages-Anzeiger . Retrieved April 29, 2011.