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Amelia Scalies is a charting Indie Singer Songwriter from Pennsylvania, USA. Her lyrics focus mainly on humanistic and universal themes and her passionate writing and performances have moved audiences much older than her. At only 14 years of age she has just released her debut album ‘I Should’ve Known’, which features 11 original tracks and a cover of My Chemical Romance’s ‘Welcome to the Black Parade’.
The album ranges from a country and contemporary vibe to an alternative rock and pop-punk feel. Sounding like a cross between a young Sheryl Crow, Amelia Lily and Avril Lavigne, the 14 year old has definitely found her voice. Amelia Scalies has already performed live in New York, Philadelpdia, Washington, Wilmighton and Baltimore.
Many of the tracks on the album showcase the songwriting ability that Amelia can offer. The track ‘Don’t Let Them Win’ deals with the issue of bullying and aims to be an anthem for children impacted by it. The song helps to encourage children to speak up, whilst instilling an uplifting message.
If you’re looking for a new and up-coming female artist with a bit of bite then look no further than Amelia Scales. What’s next for this young shining artist? We’re not sure, but we can’t wait to find out.