LIFT UP London: Amersham Arms Takeover

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LIFT UP London: Amersham Arms Takeover

An exciting line-up of emerging talent. Come on down to discover your new favourite artist. 10% proceeds go to local autism charities.

By LIFT UP: Live Independent Fresh Talent

When and where

Date and time

Sun, 26 Mar 2023 13:30 - 17:30 BST


Amersham Arms 388 New Cross Road London SE14 6TY United Kingdom

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About this event

  • 4 hours
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The line-up is diverse and eclectic. Amity, Lannie Camper and Agon Branza will deliver stripped back singer-songwriter vibes, ranging from powerfully moving and bitingly relatable to filmic chamber pop. In contrast, full rock, indie and alt pop sounds will be provided by bands Audio8, The Street Lights and JAYS. Read more about each act below, go check their music on their links and maybe follow an artist or two while you're there. See the venue website here for more on the Amersham Arms.

Amity is a 16-year-old competition-winning singer songwriter, featured in the The Guardian as having "miraculous" vocals, "dense surreal lyricism", described as "a true prodigy on... stage" (QClub, Shoreditch) and compared to Adele, Regina Spektor, Judy Garland and Ian Dury by journalist Zoe Williams. Amity's powerhouse voice and vivid, moving lyrics have led to them being invited to be a regular performer at the Q Club in Shoreditch with Sessions58 Rise, where they are the youngest-ever artist, and as a featured artist at venues across London.

Click here to listen, explore and follow Amity.

A fresh young indie band bringing together rich vocals and raw instrumentals, Audio8 has diverse influences from Kate Bush, the Beatles and Audioslave to Bjork, Portishead, and Fleetwood Mac. Hearing their powerful performance, it is hard to believe that their four talented members, including two Battle of the Bands finalists, are just 14-16 years old.

Check them out on instagram!

Lannie Camper is an up-and-coming artist who is bringing high energy and unique music to the industry. Her music is brutally honest and inspired by her own experiences - her new single ‘I Don’t Know Why’ is no different. Writing about ex girlfriends, self deprecation, and easy breakups, Lannie has a relatable tune for every experience.

Head over to Instagram to hear Lannie's music!

The Street Lights are a rock and indie band consisting of two sets of brothers, formed in the wilderness. Tunbridge Wells based; expect everything from 60s classics to 90s punk pop.

Explore, listen and follow The Street Lights here

Lisbon-born, London-based Agon Branza is an award-winning chamber pop singer-songwriter, composer and producer who puts social justice at the heart of his work. Influenced by his studies of cinema and music for film, Agon creates narrative-structured and harmonically rich filmic pop music.

Listen, explore and follow Agon Branza here

JAYS’ sound incorporates driving indie guitars and RnB influenced grooves with soulful vocals seamlessly drifting from beautiful delicacy into layers of pure power. The sneaky backdoor hooks will draw you in while the epic arrangements take you to a whole new brain space. JAYS songs are a processing of thoughts and stories. The music is emotional, it’s therapeutic, it can be joyful or dark, heartbreaking or uplifting, rocking a guitar solo or fingerpicking an acoustic, more “alternative” or more “pop”, but you will always find lyrical honesty and musical layers.

Check out JAYS here and give them a follow!

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