Meet Singer/Songwriter Amy Swift.
Raised in South East London by her mother, a teacher, and her father a car dealer, she grew up to the sounds of Soul, Jazz and Motown.
Her distinctive vocals and songwriting prowess has ignited interest throughout the music industry. Time spent writing and performing for other artists helped hone her craft and after fronting British Soul/Electronic band Pacific State on Universal Music, she is now firmly paving her way as a solo artist.
“This is all me, raw and unapologetic”
2019 was a strong year for Amy, she was awarded ‘Artist of The Month’ in September by the iconic Madison Square Gardens Group, supported Natacha Atlas on her European Tour, had features on BBC Radio London and BBC Radio 6, along with widespread accolades from the likes of The Guardian, Fresh On The Net, Earmilk, Pop Dust, and Record of The Day to name but a few.
“Stirring, tremulous vocals, filling you up like the sunrise on your last morning, all release, all redemption” 'The Guardian
"How gorgeous is that!? A name to keep an eye and an ear out for...Amy Swift"
Gary Crowley BBC Radio London
Without a doubt Amy Swift has established herself as a formidable talent and a solo artist to watch.
GROUCHO CLUB EXCLUSIVE ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE
April 27th 2020
Amy will be perform an exclusive stripped back set at the iconic members club in Soho.
LIVE AT SERVANT JAZZ QUARTERS, LONDON
5th May 2020
Amy will be performing at Servant Jazz Quarters in Dalston
AMY TO SUPPORT NATACHA ATLAS ON HER EUROPEAN TOUR IN NOVEMBER - APMG
AMY WINS MADISON SQUARE GARDENS 'ARTIST OF THE MONTH' FOR SEPTEMBER!!
30th September 2019
Huge congratulations to our #MSGupandcoming Artist of the Month for September - singer/songwriter
AMY RELEASES DEBUT SOLO SINGLE 'MOVING'
'It has been a while since a soulful singer with powerful vocals and a unique modern jazz production by the name of Amy has graced our airwaves. Come to fill the urban soul hole that Winehouse has left in our hearts, newcomer Amy Swift proves that she is up to the challenge' Earmilk