A rising singer/songwriter from Radlett is excited to share her latest single with the village.
Amelia Lappert’s new single, All the Way to the Moon, comes out the same day as this publication (April 26) and showcases the fresh new talent’s folksy vibe that is reminiscent of female artists like KT Tunstall, Lily Allen and Natasha Bedingfield.
Amelia, who was born and raised in Radlett, said she wrote many songs and stories while growing up in Radlett, but her shy and introverted nature held back her willingness to perform, until she finally decided to come out of her shell during her time as a student at Liverpool University.
Now the 24-year-old channels her anxieties into both her songs and her live performances, the latest of which was at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks in St Albans.
She said: “All the Way to the Moon is a love song I wrote a few years ago. It’s about being too shy to say how I really felt to the guy I liked at the time in person, so instead, I wrote it all in a song!”
“I recorded the track last September with The Animal Farm in London, along with three other tracks, two of which are still to be released later this year.”
Her debut EP, Game of Life, was released back in June 2017 and her single Gone Away, released early last year, got strong BBC Introducing support.
All the Way to the Moon is available to stream now on iTunes and Spotify.
You can follow her via her Facebook page, Twitter @AmeliaLappert or visit her amelialappert.com
Picture courtesy of Amelia Lappert