Reflecting on her debut album, I Came Home Late, Ama Lou knows it’s the record she needed to make. “It’s definitely the most personal music I’ve ever released. I dove deep into my songwriting origins for parts of the album.” (‘Bad Weather’ was written at the age of 12), but I wrote most of these songs on the fly. It’s a good reflection of my range as a songwriter and my life over the past few years.”
Beginning songwriting at the age of 11, London-raised Ama burst onto the scene with her first single ‘TBC’ in 2016, catching the attention of artist Drake who cited it as one of the main influences for his 2018 Album Scorpion. Her following EPs ‘DDD’, ‘Ama, Who?’ and ‘At Least We Have This Now’ showed the depth and quality of her sound as well her ability to play with genre and it’s no different for her debut.
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Stage times (subject to change)
Ama Lou 20:15
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Presented by Metropolis Music.
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