I have reached the end of an intense 2 months recording at home and am getting ready to send tracks to Calum Malcolm to be mixed. ‘Antidote’ is my 6th album and features the amazing musicians Fiona Rutherford (harp) Lawrie Macmillan (bass) Sue McKenzie (saxphone) and Liam Bradley (drums). There are field recordings of sounds from Edinburgh city weaving in and out of the tracks, with a few experiments here and there. I have felt very free with it and it feels true to who I am. I am extremely happy with how it is sounding!
It’s £8 to pre order the digital album or £12 for the CD http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/amyd-can
To be released end of March 2017.
I am working on a new album called
A n t i d o t e.
Calum Malcolm will be co- producing and we begin recording in November.
I will share the experience with you through V I D E O, P H O T O S and updates throughout the process.
Pre order from www.pledgemusic.com/projects/amyd-can where you will also find some of my artwork and whatnot….
Your pledges will make this album a possibility.
T H A N K Y O U
I’m playing a solo set at The Grassmarket Community Project as part of Oxjam Edinburgh on 15 Oct : : Tickets are only £7 at the moment, & you get full access to the 30 + acts that are playing. Bargain. http://www.wegottickets.com/sct/HFMyTQbzjr
Next gig is at the Soundhouse at The Traverse Bar, supporting the marvelous Adam Holmes and The Embers on 4th September. I will be joined by Fiona Rutherford on harp and Lawrie Macmillan on bass, on which will be a really special night. It would be lovely if you could make it along!
Glad to share my new video with you for the title track of Undercurrents made using clips from my mobile phone.
Tickets are now on sale for our London show at The Green Note on 29 June!
BUY TICKETS £7
Folklore presents….. Amy Duncan + support from Adam Cleaver
AMY DUNCAN is a Scottish singer/songwriter based in Edinburgh. With her melodious acoustic sound and emotional songwriting infused with remarkable honesty, Amy has established herself as one of the brightest musical talents in Scotland.
Amy’s 5th album ‘Undercurrents’ is the first recording by a British artist to be released with the new high resolution digital audio format MQA, and follows on from her acclaimed 2013 Linn Records release ‘Cycles of Life’.
Undercurrents has been receiving glowing reviews with 4 stars from R2 magazine as well as wide BBC Radio play, including Album of The Week on BBC Radio Ulster’s The Late Show with Cherrie McIlwaine.
Amy will be playing at The Green Note with her trio featuring Fiona Rutherford on harp and Lawrie Macmillan on bass guitar.
“Exceptional and Powerful” Folk Radio UK
“Melodies that haunt and lyrics that touch the soul“ Folk Words.
Thanks to support from Coda Music Undercurrents is having a new release on 27 May, and will be distributed to UK shops through Proper Music !
This is an incredible boost for my 3rd independent release (my debut Pilgrimage was on Plain Recordings & Cycles of Life is on Linn Records) and a reminder that good things happen if you just keep going.
Thanks to everyone who made it along to the album launch. We had a lot of fun and I’m delighted to say that we will be performing again at the Acoustic Music Centre @ St Brides on 21st August 2016. Tickets are now on sale!
We will be performing songs from ‘Undercurrents’, as well as revisiting older material. I have been writing a lot lately, and there will also be a special showcase of brand new songs all unique to this Fringe show.
It’s going to be a really special night and I hope you will be able to join us!
With full band, featuring Fiona Rutherford (harp), Lawrie Macmillan (bass), Rick Bamford (drums), Donald Gillan (cello), Lisa Rigby (vocals).