Artist Matt Simons just lately teamed up with singer-songwriter Amy Kuney (identified finest by her stage identify Ames) to ship a robust ballad about discovering validation in your self known as “Amy’s Song.” Written by Kuney and carried out by Simons, the music postures that an individual’s sexuality is owned solely by them, not the remainder of the world.
To ship residence the music’s message, Simons and Kuney launched a video for “Amy’s Song,” that includes greater than 40 LGBTQ people expressing their love for his or her companions. In a single shot, the video reveals plenty of people and holding up playing cards bearing the lyrics of the music. “Does your God actually give a rattling/ Does it make her much less of a girl/ Does it make him much less of a person/ Being who I'm,” Simons sings.
In an announcement, Kuney mentioned that the music is predicated on her expertise of popping out to a world that didn’t settle for her sexuality. “It’s my story as a homosexual lady who grew up in a really conservative Christian surroundings the place being homosexual was thought-about a ‘alternative’ and an abomination,” she mentioned. “I do know that 1000's of others expertise this, or comparable struggles, and I hope this music can supply consolation and hope to them.”
Check out the attractive new video for Matt Simons’ observe "Amy’s Song" beneath: