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Amp.Amsterdam Releases The Sound of Your Week

Six fresh new tracks by Bastille, CHVRCHES and more with great stories for you to listen to

Amp.Amsterdam Releases The Sound of Your Week

Amp Amsterdam has chosen another selection of tracks to get your weekend started the right way.

What about the feeling walking out of the Berghain early in the morning?

Hopium got that story covered for you.

Browse the links below now to discover the six new tracks with touching stories they have chosen this week.

Worst of You - Maisie Peters

Maisie Peters recently released ’Worst of You’, a very minimalistic, emotionally drivensong. The track features a range of heart touching lyrics, backed by a downtempo drumbeat, and beautiful acoustic guitar. We can’t wait to hear more from her!

Love Just Ain't Enough - Kara Marni
Love Just Ain't Enough is the brand new single from 19-year-old Kara Marni, which is featured on her debut EP of the same name. On a soulful, pop-edged R&B beat, the UK based talent reflects on the necessary components essential to a lasting relationship. 

Quarter Past Midnight - Bastille
Alternative rock band Bastille, who you may know from their hit Pompeii, shared their new song 'Quarter Past Midnight', an ode to all the nightcrawlers. The track starts off minimalistic with Dan Smith’s recognizable vocals, backed with percussion and pianochords. The song eventually takes you into a euphoric moment during the catchy chorus when the track transforms into a drum 'n bass beat.

Sunglasses - Hopium
Producer and singer-songwriter Hopium returns with his new single 'Sunglasses', a musical blend of R&B, hip-hop, synth pop, and indietronica. His latest track is inspired by walking out the club into the daylight after an evening at the iconic Berghain.  

If You're Over Me - Years & Years
After their hit Sanctify, Years & Years released 'If You’re Over Me', a much lighter pop track. On an uplifting beat and high synth sounds, Olly Alexander sings about being better off someone who doesn’t love you anymore.

Miracle - CHVRCHES
Glasgow based band CHVRCHES shared ‘Miracle’, a song full of synth-laden pop euphoria. Although the production is light, the lyrics aren’t: Laura Mayberry sings about the lack love she receives from her lover. 'Miracle' will appear on the band's upcoming EP, ‘Love is Dead’, out on May 25th.

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Genre: Music & Sound Design