Nottingham 5-piece Amber unveil a video for their biblical new track 'Noah'; the lead single from their upcoming debut EP of the same name set to be released on July 22nd 2013.
In the video, the lead singer is seen wandering around the city looking pensive before breaking into a run and passing surrounding suburbs, fields and woodlands to finally reach a beach where he subsequently dives into the sea. The imagery relates to a feeling of escapism and Noah of the Ark's apparent love of the ocean. There are other biblical references in the lyrics, such as Judas, which aim to be symbols of the modern life of mankind. It's vocal heavy and definitely easy-listening and provides an uplifting climax midway through the song; a perfect message of freedom for the positivity that the English summer brings and a great re-affirmation of timeless life stories.
This young quintet; who are Will Jones, Tomas Sperring, Joshua Keogh, Henry Wyeth and Felix Archer; got together in 2012 while they attended Nottingham University. They have developed a strong fanbase already and there's definitely been a buzz in the air about them since they released an impressive cover of 'Hide and Seek' by Frou Frou singer Imogen Heap.
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