Gold Coast singer-songwriter Amela uses her catchy melodies to deliver a soaring pop track with the release of her new single ‘Blame’.
We just love indie-pop songstress Amela here at Blank, so we were super excited to hear that she had some new music for our eager ears. Pop banger ‘Blame’, out today, was recorded at Amela’s school, Nightingale Music, and also at Bignote Studios. While ‘Blame’ is Amela all over in catchy hooks and feminine vocals, she’s very grateful for the contributions by up-and-coming Gold Coast producer Josh Beattie.
“Josh did an incredible job (as always) at arranging and recording the rest of the instruments,” Amela says. “This song literally went through numerous versions so I’m so glad this one found its heart!”
Having released her debut album in ‘Somewhere in Between‘ in 2017, Amela began to receive national airplay on triple j and regular rotation on community radio stations throughout Australia with her single ‘Push & Pull’. In addition, Amela has been sampled in Allday’s ‘Codeine 17’ and has collaborated with diverse international electronic producers including Astre, Clovr, as well as Sydney rock band Bad Pony. She also recently performed at the Woodford Folk Festival with Bosnian folk band Cardak and was a Gold Coast Music Award finalist alongside Amy Shark.
‘Blame’ is out today, and we think it’s just dreamy. Get your first listen below: