Amber Run are five young chaps, originally from Buckinghamshire and formed towards the end of 2012. The first thing they put online was a cover of Imogen Heap's Hide and Seek, which gave their burgeoning fan-base a glimpse of what to expect, with their four-part harmonies and expansive sound.
The five-piece demonstrate their taste for space and melody. They manage to strike a balance between stadium-sized rock and the intimacy and sentiment of folk music.
“Emo-pop which is laden with hooks and driving choruses that could own rooms much bigger” - NME
"A slice of indie-rock with an arena-sized chorus" - Q
“Their vast sound has Coldplay's stadium ambitions" - The Independent
“Poetic lyrics and a genuinely unique sound, Amber Run will be hitting the dizzying heights of sold-out arenas in no time” – Sunday Mirror
Having introduced themselves at the start of 2017 year with a stunning debut track ‘Where No One Knows Your Name’ and quickly followed up by break-through track ‘The Heart’, Stereo Honey made it clear that they were here to lead the resurgence of soulful Indie guitar music, driven by the solid beats of Jake Black, accentuated by the intricate guitar soundscapes of Nicky Boiardi, guided by the grooves of bassist Ben Edwards and always framed by the stunning vocal delivery of singer Pete Restrick.