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Amelia Moore Makes Her Capitol Records Debut With a New Single “sweet and sour”

Amelia Moore Makes Her Capitol Records Debut With a New Single “sweet and sour”

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Pop star on the rise Amelia Moore unleash a new dreamy debut single “sweet and sour

The new track was produced by her frequent collaborator Pink Slip, “sweet and sour” is a hypnotic introduction to Moore’s wildly unpredictable sound: stark yet explosive, ethereal yet feverish. Meanwhile, its lyrics speak to the sheer power of embracing your own complexity.

Amelia shares, “This song is a perfect statement of who I am as a person,” says Moore, who’s now based in Los Angeles. “For the most part I’m a total angel and super-sweet, but the second you mess with me or any of my friends, that’s all over. It’s kind of a warning to everyone, telling them to be careful and tread lightly, or else they’ll get the sour.” 

Along with showcasing her magnetic vocal presence, “sweet and sour” reveals the raw charisma that’s already earned the 20-year-old Georgia native a devoted fanbase – including more than 50,000 followers on Spotify prior to the release of her first official single. 

“One of my main goals is to elevate what we expect from pop artists, and usher in a wave of weirder, edgier, more left-of-center music with production that’s really crazy but also refined,” says Moore, who names endlessly inventive artists like Frank Ocean, SOPHIE, Kanye West, and Flume among her inspirations. 

Amelia Moore - sweet and sour
Amelia Moore – sweet and sour

As the two collaborators built up an eclectic body of work, Moore dropped out of Belmont and moved to L.A. in early 2020. Thanks to a series of original songs she shared on online over the course of the lockdown, Moore quickly gained massive attention and signed with Capitol Records.

After taking up violin and piano at a young age, she started writing her own songs at age 13, in addition to singing in the church choir all throughout her childhood. “I was homeschooled, so I was able to spend a lot of time just falling in love with music on my own,” she recalls. While attending Belmont University in Nashville, she began making frequent trips out to L.A. to meet with producers and soon linked up with Pink Slip.