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

Aymee Weir

Worcestershire raised, London based singer songwriter Aymee Weir has spent the past 6 years honing her craft by busking on the streets of London and developing her sound in bedroom studios. 

Aymee’s latest EP ’Spit Your Gum and Tie Your Soaking Shoes’ has had several BBC Introducing plays and is available on all streaming services.

Recently, Aymee collaborated with Radio 1 DJ, Matt Edmondson. Through various zoom calls over lockdown, they recorded ‘Your Car’ written by Matt about his father who suffered with depression and alcoholism which resulted in him tragically taking his own life. It has 50,000 streams and was played on Radio 1 and ‘Lorraine.' The song also encouraged listeners who’d had similar experiences to reach out and talk. 

This feeds into Aymee’s musical mantra - to write honest music that anyone can access and relate to. 

Aymee has a bunch of songs cooking, stay tuned! 

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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.

 ‘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

'Seamlessly blending electronic elements and raw instrumentation, ‘Weight’ is the songstress’ first offering of 2018, and it hints at a powerful new direction for the Worcestershire-born artist' - Born Music Online

'This song is surprising and extremely well put together. It can be hard to balance the boldness of the electronic music with the underlying tone, but the song remains peaceful and easy to digest' - For The Love Of Bands

'A highly impressive EP with a classy electro-pop sound' - Art Will Fall

'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

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