Amy Lawton is not afraid to pour out her emotions through her lyrics – her debut single “Undone” is a personal and intimate account of questioning someone’s motives in a relationship. With glimmering chords and crispy vocals, Lawton builds up a buoyant atmosphere where she shuffles through her thoughts and lets you connect her words to your experience or purely enjoy the melody. It has the classy country pop touch to it that reminds you of the likes of Alanis Morrisette and early Taylor Swift:
“The song is a kind of wild confession of someone’s real motives in a relationship, which I was inspired to write after talking to an ex-boyfriend after he showed up at one of my gigs.” she explained.
Barely 20 years old, Amy was discovered by the multi-platinum selling, hit songwriter Matty Benbrook (Paolo Nutini, Jack Savoretti, Dido), who helped her produce “Undone” and got it mastered by Pete Maher (U2, Lana Del Rey, Jack White). Amy has already performed at various famous venues around UK and has opened for Jack Savoretti in 2016 at London’s Cadogan Hall. As of now, Amy is working on new music so expect to hear more from her soon as we start wrapping up 2017 (time flies…)
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