ANAMELIA drops new female-empowering visual

‘Really like her voice! You can really hear her influences – it’s got a real 90s feel. I like the fact the she wants to influence young females to be strong. Looking forward to hearing more from Anamelia’ – BBC Introducing

ANAMELIA – a Polish girl raised in England. Her influences are deep: Musically she absorbs everything from Erykah Badu to NAO, visually she matches classic 90s British streetwear with a more 2018 silhouette – and her depth doesn’t stop there.

Spending much of her youth attending folk concerts across the Polish countryside, her ability to take in a breadth of cultural experiences has clearly transcended to her artistic output, shown through her multi-lingual musical approach and strong advocacy for other young females to recognise their identity and spirituality. She has also performed in front of 6,000 people at a Festival in Konin. ANAMELIA took part in competitions such as Open Mic UK, where she became a semi finalist. Recently returning from a visit to her home town of Bialystok in Poland where she recorded another single to be released soon!

After the single being played and reviewed on the Introducing show in Manchester, ANAMELIA wanted the listeners to get to know her and the single in a little more depth by adding to the visual aspect of the song. She mentions: “This visual, to me, is all about letting go: of your fears, of your past. It’s all about embracing the joyful moments in life.”

She also states “Clouds speaks about the complexity of my character, the relationship that I have with my self and how that has developed over the years…The most important thing to me is my spirituality and creative development. I want to become somebody who, through my music, will positively encourage young females to be strong, someone who they will look up to.”

Stream ‘CLOUDS’ on Spotify,
Download or Stream ‘CLOUDS’ via Apple Music

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