Amy Syed, on the traces of Jessy Ware with "Lonely Love"

Back in July, Amy Syed was releasing her debut track “You Go To My Head”, that was co-written with Bruno Major. Here is finally the follow-up single of the UK artist: the indie dream-pop track “Lonely Love“. The track, which was unveiled on November 25, was selected as UK Record of the day and Music week Presents.

Amy Syed comes from London. The singer-songwriter draws influences from Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Daft Punk, Robyn, and Sebastian amongst others. But this is with her long-time collaborators Ali Thynne on drums and Royal Academy graduate Peter Lee on keyboards that Amy is giving life to her dreamlike music. The artist reminds us of Jessie Ware and we obviously wish her the same career!

She is currently in the studio to fine-tune her debut EP and the trio should go on tour very soon. Meanwhile, you can discover her sophomore single: “Lonely Love”.

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