Amberhill's dreamy Songs from Summer was an EP conceived in urgency

Amberhill's dreamy Songs from Summer was an EP conceived in urgency

On May 2nd last year, Joshua Lau from Amberhill challenged himself to write, record, produce, promote and launch a five-track EP in 250 days.

This is a huge challenge for someone who considers himself a procrastinator — as it is really for any musician starting out — but with the recent release of Songs from Summer, it shows that a sense of urgency doesn't always result in sloppiness.

Though slightly past 250 days as promised, alternative rock outfit Amberhill dropped their debut five-track EP last Friday (30/6), and it evokes a sense of warmth and optimism that shines through with each song — this may have taken a limited amount of time to get made, but its luscious production and meticulous instrumentation shows that it was a genuine labor of love.

A full review will be out with our end-of-month roundup later this July, but for now, you can stream the EP below.

The band will be opening for Aural-Ink's EP launch on July 8th at Hood Bar And Cafe.

Have a listen to Songs from Summer here:

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