At only 19-years-old, ameliarose is just getting started.
A self-produced, singer-songwriter from New York, her melancholic, piano-based atmosphere is complemented with intricate drums, ethereal vocals, & slam poetry—equally inspired by Fiona Apple, Jeff Buckley & contemporaries like Arlo Parks. During the pandemic, she has built an impressive, organic fanbase from consistent live streaming across Twitch, VOLUME, & Spoon.
As an experienced entertainer, ameliarose has performed on American Idol & Sofar Sounds, and live at The Knitting Factory, The Bitter End, Ladybug Festival, Elm City Music Festival, & Aloft.
Today, ameliarose brings you “Nosedive”. About the track, she says, “Have you ever had so many fights with someone that every fight becomes more and more meaningless? Nosedive is about the defenseless feeling of repeated losses, due to emotional manipulation. Love is vulnerable, and ameliarose perfectly encapsulates how risky it can be to become attached to someone who is clearly unwell. She evokes this in the chorus lyrics; “i saw my own reflection in the back of the necklace you gave me. i looked so distorted, you asked ‘what’s so important about all this anyway?’”. Through the song, we follow her journey to speak up for herself, take ownership of her person, and leave the audience aching for more.”