Emerging Alt-Folk Artist Amaroun Shares Her Debut Single ‘Bedbugs’

Emerging alt-folk artist Amaroun Shares Debut Single ‘Bedbugs’

which will be out on the 14th March

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Emerging alt-folk artist Amaroun has announced the forthcoming release of her debut single Bedbugs. The Northamptonshire singer songwriter’s first effort is a powerful introduction to her unique sound, shaped by her distinctive mix of cultures and upbringing that was naturally embedded in the alternative scene from a young age.

Drawing influences from the likes of Beck, Eels and Sharon Van Etten, Amaroun’s direction and identify has been very clear from her youth, and an awareness of her sound from a technological and sonic point of view exemplifies the rising star’s undoubted ability.

Amaroun’s passion for music goes beyond the self; as an artist she spends time working on her collective and annual festival Greenstone in her hometown where she provides a platform for other incredible musicians to showcase their artistic talent.

Bedbugs is an exciting taste of what’s to come from Amaroun in 2016, with her new material set to be accompanied by a stream of animated videos that tell a story in abstract fashion, which add a beautiful display of collaboration between animation and music.

Listen to ‘Bedbugs’:

To celebrate the release of Bedbugs, a gig will be taking place on 18th March at Rye Lane, London (7pm).

Produced by Kristofer Harris (Bear’s Den, Clock Opera), Amaroun’s Bedbugs is released on 14th March via YOY Records and will be available to purchase on iTunes and Spotify.

Social:

https://soundcloud.com/amaroun-music

https://www.facebook.com/amarounofficial

https://twitter.com/amarounmusic

http://www.amarounmusic.com

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