At the end of summer 2017, the world was introduced to Amy Lawton, a singer songwriter from the UK. Her upbeat debut single ‘Undone’ tapped into a folk pop sound that could be compared to KT Tunstall and an already enjoyable and suitably summery song was made more enjoyable with the help of a video clip with Lawton strolling through Camden.
With wistful acoustic guitars and harmony vocals aplenty, folk-pop troupe have been favourably compared to Fleet Foxes and Sufjan Stevens.
Their current single ‘Futures’ features a world of harmonies and its feelgood qualities bode well for their new full length album ‘ExtraLife’, released on February 23rd.
The uplifting sounds of the single have been complimented by an animated video clip, which you can watch in full below.
At the end of Summer 2017, UK singer songwriter Amy Lawton premiered her debut single ‘Undone’. The track showed the young musician’s knack for breezy pop with acoustic undertones. resulting in a feelgood track that mixed elements of Maria Mena and Amy MacDonald.
Summer may be fading, but the debut single from UK singer-songwriter Amy Lawton maintains a shiny, feelgood almost summery vibe, beneath personal lyrics that tell a less positive tale.