The supremely talented songwriter-producer duo of Amy Milner and Tim Larcombe return this March with their new single Could’ve Been Right Now, a piece that Amy describes as a tribute to those “people we’ve been missing”. A serene and affecting piece of songwriting builds on the foundation of a stunning piano part, that layers subtle electronic elements before introducing Amy’s stunning vocal talents. It’s a piece that manages to feel melancholy, with a distinctive hint of positivity for what’s to come.
The first track from her debut album, due for release on April 16th via EKT Records. The album sees Amy & Tim showcase their immense skillset, drawing on elements of pop, indie, folk and electronica in a truly stunning project. Speaking on the new single, Amy states:
“This one’s for the people we’ve been missing. The ones who have left our lives pending to be changed for the better as soon as we can be reunited. Here’s to the lows of this freakish time making the highs that are to come all the better; bringing us closer. Part of my upcoming debut album spell_hope, “Could’ve Been Right Now” was made with producer Tim Larcombe between Brighton, Suffolk and Real World Studios near Bath.“