Since the release of her debut single ‘Don’t Bother’ in March, Irish singer and songwriter Aimeé has found herself surging up the global charts. With a no.1 spot on iTunes on the day of release, she has also landed Spotify’s New Music Friday Playlist both the UK and Ireland, as well as additions to numerous playlists throughout the UK, US, Australia, New Zealand, France, Italy, Japan and Poland.
She has since doubled down on her pop prowess with the release of her follow up single ‘Break Me’, which continued her pursuit of creating a more forward-thinking approach to commercial pop music, filling it with a strong message about self-value and principle.
And with such a diverse and eclectic feel to her music, we asked her a quick five-question interview to find out more about her influences and inspirations behind her music.
First album you bought:
Celine Dion – ‘Falling Into You’
Most inspirational vocalist:
5 Irish artists to watch:
Ruth-Anne, Soulé, LAOISE, Lyra, Josh Gray
First concert to change your life:
Justin Timberlake – I was seven and carried a sign saying “Marry Me!” with my actual phone number on it!
A song you wish you had written?:
Ariana Grande – God Is A Woman
Aimeé’s latest single ‘Break Me’ is available to buy and download now, and she will be performing her debut headline show at Dublin venue Whelan’s on the 24th November.