Amy Steele is a 24-year-old singer/songwriter based in London. For the last five years she has pursued music in tandem with studying for a degree in medicine. Having had recently completed her degree, now being Dr Steele, she has fully set her sights on her music. Amy Steele has now been writing and recording her first EP, after releasing her two previous singles ‘Bury You Deep’ and “The Wolves’ via CTMG Records. Bury You Deep saw remixes from Gemini (Dubstep), Technimatic (Drum & Bass) and Catch 44 aka Ras Kwame of Capital Xtra (Garage) with the track amassing over 1 million views on YouTube. Whilst the Wolves release exceeded this, amassing over 2 million hits in total. The remix packages received great reviews from UKF Drum and Bass, and UKF Dubstep, after being premiered on BBC Radio One.
For the past year she has been in the studio working with Alex Wells, and various international producers to create a record that reflects her artistry and who she is musically. Graces serves as the first single from her upcoming EP Memories in Watercolour. Memories in Watercolour is an 8-track reflective EP, with each track examining a different stage of a relationship. Each track on the EP is a different memory or colour that has been slightly degraded. Graces is the memory of hopefulness in a new beginning. An exploration of the apprehension in being parted from someone, tempered with the wistfulness of hope. Graces showcases Steele’s vocals as well as her strong ability to write lyrics which is in turns vulnerable, provocative and perfectly delivered in Steele’s distinctive, silky vocals.
Graces comes with 5 remixes: Truth (Dubstep) HodgeBristol (Electronic) Icicle (DnB) Journeyman (House) Embody (Electronic), that are each set to be released over the next few weeks.
With a growing fan base of over 20,000 on Facebook and 37,000 on twitter this is going to be an exciting year ahead for this hard working, young artist.