Still Forever’s Amy Griffiths has never done things by halves. Debuting her own brand of vocal-led darkwave electronica at Manchester’s Foundations Festival last year, she’s since been performing regularly in the Manchester and Leeds areas, with a number of further shows in the diary for 2019 and early 2020. Her music can be found on Spotify and Bandcamp, and a full length album is due out in September 2019 on Valentine Records.
Debut performance at Foundations Festival, December 2018
Performing ‘Beautiful Impossible’ at Beat Cancer Reading, March 2019
Next up, all the way from the northern lands of Manchester, was Still Forever. Being a pretty recent music project, from the mind of Amy Griffiths, it was only started three years ago. This set was truly a testament to how much she’s developed and grown as an artist in such a short space of time. With the aid of David Fox (of St. Lucifer), they both put on a fantastic performance, the moody dark-wave tones generating an incredibly rich, mesmerising atmosphere. Sonically, it was truly gripping, and she had a strong stage presence. I honestly can’t wait to hear what comes next.