A three piece female rock band from Central Scotland, formed in 2009.
The Amorettes exploded onto the International Music scene in early 2015, with the release of their acclaimed album, Game On, and debut UK tour, as Special Guests to Rock Legends, Europe and Black Star Riders.
With rave reviews coming in from all over the UK and Europe for the Chris Tsangarides produced album, The Amorettes set about building their fan-base with an old fashioned attitude of “Take it to the people!” Touring relentlessly all over the UK and Europe, with the likes of ASH, Thunder, Black Stone Cherry, Danko Jones and GUN. And with incendiary appearances at Festivals in the UK, Netherlands, France and Belgium, The Amorettes show no signs of slowing down as they continue to deliver more of their gritty, punk-tinged Rock ‘n’ Roll explosion!
The Amorettes have engaged the services of some of the music industry’s heavyweights in order to complete the recording of their new album. With Luke Morley, lead guitarist and songwriter for UK rock act, Thunder, in the producer’s chair, and with recording and mixing handled by Nick Brine (The Darkness, Bruce Springsteen, Coldplay, Ash, and Snow Patrol, to name just a few), and with mastering by Pete Maher (The Rolling Stones, U2), the band set up at Leeders Vale Studios in South Wales to record their most exciting album yet.
So, true to form, this trio, described in the press as "Like Airbourne fronted by Joan Jett", and a “Female Motorhead”, are continuing with their “ No-Nonsense attitude, and DIY approach.
The Amorettes have grabbed Rock ‘n’ Roll by the scruff of the neck and have no intentions of letting go!!!!
Gillian Montgomery - Vocals, Guitar
Laurie Buchanan - Bass, Backing Vocals
Josie O'Toole - Drums, Backing Vocals
Haulin' Ass (2010)
Game On (2015)
White Hot Heat (2016)
Born to Break (2018)
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