amy michelle has dropped her latest single, ‘patience’

Mullingar's finest is back with a new track.
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amy michelle has shared a brand new track, ‘patience’.

After a debut EP drop earlier this year, amy michelle is back with another helping of ethereal vocals and existential drums. ‘patience’ follows amy’s sold out debut shows in London and Dublin back in spring, as well as a busy summer of festival slots.

On the track, amy says: “The song deals with trying to navigate a difficult friendship or relationship between two people. Despite the unconditional love they have for each other, they are both reflecting a bewildered frustration of unresolved issues within themselves onto one another, causing immense hurt & pain. It questions; perhaps you are my person, but now just isn’t the right time? You have hurt me so much, maybe I need to leave here alone? I have hurt you so much, maybe I should let you go? Perhaps with a bit of trust & patience, our paths will cross again? I wrote and recorded this song during the night about a year ago, in my room back home. It’s one of my favourite songs I’ve ever written.”

amy has also released an official video for the track, enlisting the help of the puppet Eko. You can watch the video in full below.

Listen to ‘patience’ here.

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