“The utterly feral Amy Montgomery sent a wave of disbelief across the marquee and out into the field beyond. A wild performance, bluesy, gutsy engaging and utterly individual.” – Northern Sky, Cambridge Folk Festival
Fresh from debut performances at 18 UK & European summer festivals including Glastonbury, Cambridge Folk, Electric Picnic and Black Deer, Northern Irish artist Amy Montgomery has riveted crowds this summer with her captivating live show and mesmerising musical performances.
On what seems like an unstoppable trajectory, Amy is now heading to Australia in early October to perform at the coveted Dashville Skyline festival as well as support shows in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney with folk-punk balladeer William Crighton.
Her previous June single ‘Tree Song (Branch Out And Nourish My Veins)’ has also just been nominated in the Single Of The Year category for the Northern Irish (NI) 2019 Music Prize Awards and Amy is also on the short list for the ‘Oh Yeah Contender’, a prestigious award supported by BBC Introducing Live for the best new NI act 2019.
London, Dublin and Belfast first ever headline shows are also selling fast with Belfast being recently upgraded to the Limelight 2 after selling out in less than 48 hours after her acclaimed Stendhal festival performance.