Ammonite Shares Beautiful New ‘Blueprints’ EP

Fragmentary yet affecting electronics...

South London artist Ammonite has shared her new EP ‘Blueprints’ in full.

The release is years in the making, with the electronic artist – real name Amy Spencer – having worked with a plethora of fantastic artists. She’s been in the studio with  Bicep (penning two tracks on their debut album), TVAMDC Gore and Motsa, establishing her creative credentials.

She never quite felt fully fulfilled in this collaborative guise, and suffered from imposter’s syndrome, something that prevented her pursuing solitary paths.

Work as Ammonite unlocked all this. Citing auteurs such as Laurel Halo as a key influence, she began abstracting her ideas, breaking down form and function before building anew.

Inspired by walks along the Thames close to her base in Deptford, the chance find of a fossil would become the focal point of the artwork and visuals on her EP, crafted by Yasmin Vardi

Out now, beautiful new EP ‘Blueprints’ is an evocative journey through sound, patiently unfurling at its own speed. Unrushed, the hushed atmosphere seems to engender a meditative poise, while also pulling you forwards.

On streaming, a full video for ‘Too Close’ has also been constructed. Catch Ammonite supporting Olivia Chaney at Union Chapel in London on June 11th, before a launch event takes place at The Albany Studio on July 12th.

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