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Artist bio

Alt-pop artist and songwriter DUNE Aimee takes you with her into her world of vulnerable lyrics and personal stories that suit the typical, sometimes a little dramatic, themes of young adults. Her conversational songwriting style is wrapped in a layer of pop and playful production elements, inspired by artists such as Julia Michaels and Lizzy McAlpine. Her soft and angelic voice often causes people to call her the innocent and lighthearted version of Billie Eilish. 

Her latest single 'Bad at Healing’ is a song for everyone who’s scared to fall in love, but desperately wants to. Overthinking, self-sabotage and questioning whether it’s even about the person or the fact that you don’t want to be alone; everything feels insecure, even when everything is going great. Melancholic guitars and vulnerable lyrics with a ton of self reflection wrapped in a layer of indie-pop and catchy melodies that linger for hours. You can see DUNE Aimee live on the 26th of June in het Patronaat in Haarlem. She will play her own headline show with full band to celebrate the release of her upcoming debut EP. 

After moving to Leeds, UK, in 2017 DUNE Aimee started collaborating with international songwriters, producers and other artists around the area to work on new music. After gigging and having her first single Power Cut played on different local radio stations in the Netherlands and BBC Introducing in the UK, she is now back in the Netherlands broadening her presence and audience both nationally and internationally.  


Growing up around strong female artists in the pop scene, such as Adele and P!NK, inspired her to be an empowering and relatable artist by being exactly who she is. ‘As a kid I would always go to the same little corner in my room, sit on the ground and listen to my favourite artists sing about their struggles or how they overcome them. Knowing even people that I looked up to had the same struggles, made me feel like I wasn’t alone. Although it can be a little scary, it inspired me to be 100% open and honest in my music.’  

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