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Otto Releases Sun-Kissed Track, “Amelia”

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UK-based singer-songwriter, Otto, unveiled latest track, “Amelia,” on Dave Stewart’s (Eurythmics) Bay Street Records, today; Friday, July 23rd. Creating a track worthy of the embodiment of freedom, this summery new single is sure to be a hit!

Otto released his critically acclaimed debut single “Tell Me Something” on Stewart’s Bay Street Records last year, and the track garnered spins on BBC Radio 1 and 2.  Otto has been writing and recording throughout quarantine and is eager to release more new music later this year.

Beginning with a skillful and romantically plucked guitar, Otto begins the vocal melody with a familiarly-sweet harmony, roping the audience in with a breezy voice and well-cut vocal skillset. The track embodies all that heartstring-torn folk that’s equally lovely as it takes you into a longing for the pastoral life.

’Amelia’ is the embodiment of freedom. She is the one thing out of reach that you long for. She’s the warmth you need in winter days, she’s the breeze that hits you in the summer haze. She’s everything you’ve wished for that you currently can’t have.

~ Otto

Watch the official music video below:

Released in pairing with a music video, the Anderson color scheme bleeds into the scene as Otto reaches out for Amelia in a longingly soft cry for freedom and warmth. Cleanly-cut in a light blue blazer, Otto’s distinctively curly hair frames his face in a background of colorful cottages and summery wildflower fields.

“Amelia” pulls at you with its longing and heartache. And Otto’s emotion is conveyed clearly in his brand new track as we crave for more music post-quarantine. Stay tuned for more updates, and stream the new single, now available on all platforms:

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