Electronic Pop Trio Ambiere Cap Off 2017 With Soothing Number ‘I See Faces’
Released 8th December
Photo Credit: Ellen Bond
Ambiere – ‘I See Faces’
“Imagine the vocals of Vaults’ Blythe Pepino backed up by the spacious ambience of The XX” – The Line Of Best Fit
Electronic pop trio Ambiere have announced the release of their brand new single Tree Of Life, capping off an impressive first twelve months for the band with widespread online acclaim greeting their arrival on the indie landscape.
Having drawn encouraging early comparisons to acts including Portishead and The XX, alongside substantial support from BBC Introducing, the Manchester outfit’s ambient, soothing style has already won plenty of admirers following the release of their debut EP earlier this year.
With shows in support of Tree Of Life taking place this week, the three-piece, comprising of Amber Lane-Mcivor, Jake Blythe and Oliver Lamb, will be showcasing their creative live performances to new audiences and looking to further enhance their growing reputation going into 2018.
Discussing the release, the band stated: “The track was written about the feeling of waking up from a nightmare, and the intense panicky feeling you get as you try to separate reality from what’s been going on in your head”.
Ambiere’s I See Faces is released on 8th December and will be available on all platforms.
Live Dates (message for press passes)
06 Dec – Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle
09 Dec – Soup Kitchen, Manchester (single launch show)