Amy Studt Shares New Video & Announces London Date

To coincide with the share of the video to her new single ‘Sleepwalker’, singer / songwriter and multi instrumentalist Amy Studt will play an intimate London date at the Crocodile Records showcase at Lion Coffee + Records on Lower Clapton Road on Saturday the 13th of July 2019. The late afternoon show will also feature DJs and a live set from special guest hd hausmann, the new project from Grass House’s Liam Palmer.


‘Sleepwalker’, the follow up to the recent ‘Let The Music Play’, is the third track and chapter in a series of songs that will ultimately make up the overall story / track listing on Amy’s eagerly awaited new album. A narrative diary of depression, hope and redemption, the new long player is a bold and intimate set of heartfelt songs and is set to arrive in October.

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“This is the work of an artist genuinely using their chosen medium to explore and make sense of their life experience. There’s certainly nothing glamorising suffering here”.  Aural Aggravation

One of the most innovative artists around, Studt delivers haunting cinematic pop that recalls the drama of the late Scott Walker and is creating some of the most beautifully and inspirational music in the UK right now.

A truly engaging live performer, Amy Studt will play at a Crocodile Records showcase (w/ ) at Lion Coffee + Records in Clapton onSaturday the 13th of July. Doors open at 4PM for the late afternoon performances.



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