Eleven presents: Amber T – Broken Dreams

Talented singer/songwriter Amber T releases an indie pop single called “Broken Dreams”, which is available on all digital stores.

Influenced by a whole range of artists including Sam Fender, The 1975, Nothing but Thieves, James ArthurAmber’s songs have developed along the way.  Speaking About “Broken Dreams”, she says: “Broken Dreams expresses the feeling of being fed up and being let down. The idea of becoming hopeful for something and it falling apart. The music goes hand in hand with this juxtaposing the happy instrumental to the deeper lyrics, I wrote this song a while back and have been performing it live acoustically and finally got to record it.  I absolutely love the way the track worked out in the studio and it has such a good vibe”.

BEHIND THE SCENES, LET’S KNOW MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST: Amber has already built an impressive music career, having her debut single played and interviewed live on air on BBC Radio 1 at 15 years old.  Since then her music has been heard around the World and picked up fans along the way including the legendary Sir Elton John.   Not only adding her single “No Company” to his Rocket Hour Radio show he also commented  “Sixteen year old Amber T – how brilliant is she”. Her last single  “Get Me” recorded with Michael Smith at RYP Studios, revealed a more rocky edge and a perfect match to Amber’s vocals and soon became a favourite at gigs up and down the country and resulted in a Live TV Performance (with live vocals)  on Saturday Mash Up on  CBBC Channel. 2021 was also full of highs for Amber as she became a Music Ambassador for Yamaha Music London (the youngest ever), and she appeared in a stunning 8 page feature in the highly respected and prestigious publication Her Magazine. Following a carefully curated line of illustrious and exciting female artists from around the World, Celeste, Billie Eilish, Kelela, Snoh Aalegra, Softest Hard, etc.  In the Summer Amber performed across the UK at Foodies Festival supporting Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Scouting for Girls.  She also got the opportunity to perform at various iconic venues such as Joiners in Southampton and 229 in London.


Listen below (Amber T – Broken Dreams) via our Pop playlist:

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