Amy Shark Has Released New Music, Her First Since The 'Love Monster' Album

Amy Shark
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In 2018 and for most of 2019, Amy Shark was one of, if not the hottest music commodity in Australia.

A string of hits, from her 2016 breakthrough 'Adore', led to the mega success generated from her debut album 'Love Monster', which won four ARIA Awards and was the highest-selling Australian record in 2018.

Now Amy has teamed with Grammy winners, producer Joel Little (Lorde, Taylor Swift) and audio engineer Serban Ghenea (The Weeknd, Katy Perry) on 'Everybody Rise', a song about worship culture.

"The whole idea of writing a song about unrequited love feels overcooked and everyone's done it, I know," Amy says, "but I don't feel like anyone's done it like this before.

"I wanted it to sound like all these broken hearts getting together and being like, 'We all wonder what it's like to be with you'.

"This single is me properly hitting my stride," she adds. "The next chapter will define me even more than 'Love Monster' did."

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