By Amy Studt
Having reviewed her 'My Paper Made Men' album almost a year ago, it appears that what was held back as a digital download could perhaps become a physical album for Amy Studt. That decision will be made after 'Nice Boys' tackles the charts.
Already a favourite on the club scene, most likely down to the sing along chorus with which you can vividly imagine a load of tanked-up females putting the world and it's men to rights, 'Nice Boys' continues with the vigour and desire that made Studt's early career a success. Her voice is passionate and embracing which helps deliver the union of opposing personalities, romantic but cynical, confident yet fearful.
If you like the sounds of Fiona Apple, PJ Harvey and Tori Amos, you'll enjoy what Amy Studt brings to the music scene. Her zeal, ambition and obvious talents are shown through 'Nice Boys', which boldly bridges the gap between her past career from five years ago, her passionate present and promising future.