23 – 25 Aug 2013, Reading & Leeds
Amber Run
Amber Run
Fri 23 Aug 2013 Reading, BBC Introducing Stage
Sat 24 Aug 2013 Leeds, BBC Introducing Stage
Supported by BBC Introducing in the East Midlands

Originally from London, Amber came together while studying at Nottingham University. The quintet caught everyone's attention at the end of 2012 with their cover of Imogen Heap's Hide & Seek.

Listing their variety of influences as This Will Destroy You, Coldplay, Dire Straits and Billy Joel, the band released their four track EP Noah in July. It's lovingly created indie pop in the vein of The 1975 and Bastille that has the potential to fill some even bigger stages in the future.

Noah's title track was selected as BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens' BBC Introducing Discovery at the start of July.

Originally from London, Amber came together while studying at Nottingham University. The quintet caught everyone's attention at the end of 2012 with their cover of Imogen Heap's Hide & Seek.

Listing their variety of influences as This Will Destroy You, Coldplay, Dire Straits and Billy Joel, the band released their four track EP Noah in July. It's lovingly created indie pop in the vein of The 1975 and Bastille that has the potential to fill some even bigger stages in the future.

Noah's title track was selected as BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens' BBC Introducing Discovery at the start of July.

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