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‘Amy May Ellis’ ability to take you through an array of emotions whilst leaving you hooked on every single word is a talent that only a few hold with clear integrity. When in the wind is a gorgeous body of work from an artist who’s ethereal qualities leave you feeling acknowledged’

Paige Sims, Lock Magazine

‘One of those artists who just never fails to impress’

Emily Pilbeam, BBC Introducing 

‘Amazing ethereal voice…exquisite’

Tom Robinson

‘Amy reaches her arms around the world with a gentle strength that is soothing and inspiring. She is the reassuring voice by the fire that tells hard truths with a wry and loving smile’

Willy Mason

‘Magical North York Moors songwriter quietly takes the breath away'

Charles Hutchinson, The York Press

‘There is a timelessness in the music, something which she effortlessly entwines with a dreamy, almost otherworldly quality’

 Simon Godley, God is in the TV 

"Raised on the North Yorkshire Moors, Ellis has retained some of that wildness in her music. Harmonising against herself, accompanied by distant field recordings, for a dreamlike edge.” 


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