Whispers by Ambiere! Out Now!

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Mancunian artist, Ambiere manages to mix attitude with beauty, power with serenity and grunge with glamour. She has been a stalwart of the scene as both a solo artist and as a band member. She’s played the likes of Blackthorn Festival, Ynot Festival and even MCFC’s City Square stage.

Whispers highlights some very current issues surrounding identity and only showing ourselves at our best. The music is gorgeous but at the same time packs a punch. She has an incredible way of mixing genres to create something incredible and unique. There is going to be a lot more to come from Ambiere and I for one can’t wait.

Ambiere chatted to Northern Revive and this is what she said:

Northern Revive: Introduce yourself in less than 10 words…. 

Ambiere: Fairytale Grunge + Big Beats X Ethereal Vocals = Ambiere

NR: What made you want to get into music? 

A: Writing songs and being creative was the only time I’ve felt safe in my true self really, so from a young age I wanted to continue that throughout my life, plus I just love it.

NR: What comes first lyrics or music? 

A: Usually the melody comes along when I’m writing the lyrics so they both go hand in hand for myself personally. It honestly just depends but when I’m writing on my own, both at the same time.

NR: What was the last track you played on Spotify? 

A: The last track I played on spotify was Is It Cold In The Water by SOPHIE

NR: What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given? 

A: Don’t worry what others think of you, because everyone’s got their own stuff going on so no one really cares.

NR: What other bands do we need to be checking out right now? 

A: The Vanity Project, Freddie Dickson, Katie O’Malley, Hannah Ferriday and Freeda

NR: What’s in store for you when all this is over? 

A: Bopping on the stage, singing and throwing some shapes hopefully!

NR: How are you coping with lockdown? 

A: When I can I’ve been out in nature, and just been trying to ride the wave really. There have been days I felt low but without those feelings I wouldn’t have written this song. It’s definitely helped me reflect, grow and understand myself more, but it’s also given me time to sit and stew in my head and feel like a potato on some days. So, yeah just riding the wave, there’s not much more we can do is there ?

NR: How is lock down affecting the music scene? 

A: I think it’s been super difficult for the creative/ music scene because we run on human interaction, socialising and bringing people together and lockdown is the opposite , plus not knowing when we can play again or when music venues can open their doors to make revenue. I think it’s just been tough all round but hopefully there’s some light at the end of the ol’ tunnel now

NR: Where can we find out more?

A: Please can you give me a follow on my socials, . Follow me on Instagram, I post my updates on there and I’ve been working at being better at social media haha. I have Spotify and Twitter but I’m not the best tweeter you’ve ever seen.

NR: Talk us through the new track

A: ‘Whispers’ (dropped 26/03/21) was written in a time of universal uncertainty and explores how, at times, we can try to hide the shadow parts of ourselves. In allowing these feelings and emotions, and through the expression of creativity ‘The whispers are here’, we can connect back with open hearts and fall in love with ourselves again. No judgement needed.

Check out Whispers now!

For more info:


Twitter: @ambiereofficial

Instagram: @ambiereofficial




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