I absolutely love ‘Weight’. I remember feeling exactly the same when I heard Ellie Goulding for the first time, just before she took off and conquered the world, and I predict similarly big things for Aymee.”

— Matt Edmondson, Radio 1 DJ

Aymee Weir

Fresh off the heels of a viral Taylor Swift cover performance on Radio 1, Aymee Weir is set to captivate audiences once again with the release of her latest single, ‘Hair Ties.’

Aymee delves deep into the complexities of human connection with this one, offering a heartfelt reflection on the lingering feelings that remain when a relationship feels unresolved. The song resonates with anyone who has ever found themselves caught in the delicate balance between holding on and letting go, wondering if the other person feels the same intensity of emotion.

Following the release of ‘Hair Ties,’ Aymee will be headlining a highly anticipated show on March 21st at The Water Rats in London. Fans can expect to ‘get in their feels’ so to speak, with Aymee’s honest songwriting and uplifting Pop tunes. 

Speaking about the inspiration behind ‘Hair Ties,’ Aymee says, "This song is deeply personal to me. It explores the uncertainty and longing that you often feel in the early stages of a relationship. I wanted to capture that feeling of wondering if the other person is thinking about you as much as you're thinking about them, and if they miss the little quirks that make you who you are."

With ‘Hair Ties,’ Aymee invites listeners to explore the complexities of love and connection in a way that feels both universal and deeply personal.

‘Hair Ties’ will be available on all major streaming platforms on March 26th 2024. Don't miss your chance to hear it for the first time live at The Water Rats on March 21st.

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'A sensational performance that stunned the audience from an artist who’s been taking over BBC 6 Music by storm' - BBC Introducing's Andrew Marston.

‘I genuinly love your voice Aymee’ - Scott Mills, Radio 5 Live.

 ‘The up and coming Pop artist absolutely blew us away with her prodigal approach to a resonant ballad. I have no doubt that this is just the beginning for the rising star’ - A&R Factory

'I simply fell in love with every song from the very first listen & could quite easily listen to this EP over and over again' - Fierce Fabulous Revolution

'Billboards' sees life’s gentle breeze disrupted by humanity’s raw and relentless passion. It’s a charming and charged ode to those long and winding journeys we each take, forging our own paths through the great unknown. “Never a straight line, it’s fine cause’ it’s mine and I’m ready to go,” Weir sings – and we’re right there with her, following billboards and figuring it out one day, one road, and one step at a time. - Mitch Mosk, Atwood Magazine. 

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