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10/27/20

Warner’s Amy Allen held a special livestream today (10/27), showcasing new music from her forthcoming debut album.

Filmed live by Alex Brittan at L.A.’s Mack Sennet Studios, Allen kicked off the showcase with her single “Difficult” on guitar. Effortlessly transitioning from track to track, Allen followed up with “Heaven” before switching over to the piano for a heartfelt performance of “Queen of Silver Linings.”

She also performed unreleased tracks like “Scared of Love,” What a Time to Be Alive” and “Looks Like, Feels Like.”

Having crafted hits for the likes of Harry Styles, Halsey, Selena Gomez, Shawn Mendes and more, Allen has shifted her focus to her solo music and debut album. Additionally, she co-write each song on the album and brought collaborators like Dan Wilson, Ethan Gruska, Ian Fitchuk, Daniel Tashian, Jon Bellion, Eg White and more.

Allen is co-managed by Warner’s VP of A&R Gabz Landman and Mick Management's Jonathan Eshak.