Our First Signs of Love feature is about the moment you find a new artist to love, and you simply can’t get enough. This week we shine the spotlight on AMOSA and her debut single ‘WALKAWAY’.
AMOSA – ‘WALKAWAY’
When an independent artist bursts onto the scene with their debut, it should always be a memorable one, and AMOSA has most certainly achieved that with ‘WALKAWAY’. Defined by an intimate, dreamy ambience, the record’s melancholic feel sets the tone as AMOSA delves into the all too relatable feeling of wanting something that we know is bad for us.
AMOSA croons, “you’re toxic, and I want it”. The bittersweet intent nature of the lyrics carries into the single’s melodies, creating a really special moment upon listening. AMOSA carefully crafted the debut alongside London-based producer @naughtyalice, and the pair unite their expertise perfectly. AMOSA’s tender vocal delivery sits alongside darker sonics, creating a lulling vibe that steadily builds.
The Oxford hailing singer-songwriter began penning songs at the young age of 14 as a way of positively changing how she viewed the world, whilst drawing on difficult personal events. Unafraid to pour her heart out into her music, AMOSA harbours a style similar to the likes of Billie Eilish and King Princess.
Now ready to share her brand of emotionally-driven pop songs with the world, the 21-year-old has made a triumphant entrance with ‘WALKAWAY’.
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Words Chloe Hadded