Amber Van Day grew up in Brighton where throughout her teens she was playing local venues in small bands singing and writing music. Growing up, her influences stretch from Elvis Presley and Aretha Franklin to the Gorillaz and Avril Lavigne. She made the move to London at 18 to study Commercial Music at Westminster University.
She has since been writing for both upcoming and established artists gaining commercial success with Lost Frequencies, Tujamo, and French DJ Hugel. She is also working on her solo project which is set to be released in 2019. Her own project themes lay in the realms of self-discovery and critic. It’s dark and distinctive pop spiked with an angsty restlessness that reflects the realities of growing up in today's society.
“Writing is my own form of therapy, I write for a sense of a relief as it allows me to truly understand how I feel and the depths in which I feel it. I am put under microscope, witnessing everything that is true and awkward and uncomfortable. Seeing every part of myself, allowing space to be vulnerable and being able to connect with other people. I think that is why I love being both an artist and a writer, as it gives me freedom to push boundaries”.