Amelie Blake Releases Debut Single, ‘Let The Words Unfold’

With a release date set for 18 September, singer songwriter Amelie Blake is set to release her debut single, ‘Let The Words Unfold’. The pop track is soulful and rootsy, with vocals reminiscent of Australian classic band, Do-Re-Mi lead vocalist, Deborah Conway.

The song has a simple instrumental track which perfectly complements Amelie’s multi-layered and textured harmonies. With thought provoking lyrics, Blake takes control of her self, and the song ‘Let The Words Unfold’ is a celebration of this sense of ownership, and individuality. If you’re going to make a name for yourself in music, then a powerhouse debut single is the way to do it, and Amelie has certainly achieved this with the track, on which she worked with electric guitarist, Chris Twigg, from Futureworks Studio, in Manchester.

Amelie’s powerful voice might be familiar to listeners, and it’s no surprise therefore to find out that she’s had music featured in many Hollywood films and other releases for the likes of Netflix, Netflix, Sky, BBC, and ITV, with ‘Breathe’, ‘My Days of Mercy’, and many more. Amelie has provided music for sync and advertising, TV, and radio, working with major music publishers such as BMG. Additionally Amelie has more than a decade of experience performing in bands and projects supporting artists such as Rudimental, and performing at BBC radio stations.

You can find out more about Amelie Blake and her music online on Facebook and Instagram. Pre-save ‘Let The Words Unfold’ here.

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Lisa loves all good music, with particular fondness for Jedward and David Bowie. She's interviewed Edward Grimes (Jedward), Kevin Godley, Trevor Horn, Paul Young, Peter Cox (Go West), Brendan B Brown (Wheatus), Bruce Foxton (The Jam), among many many more. Lisa is also available for freelance writing - please email

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