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Lily Amiclo

Lily Amiclo (ah-me-klo) is an artist based out of New York City, born into a family of mostly women — her surname is a tribute to her sisters, Emily and Chloe. Amiclo deep dives French and Italian film scores of the 1960s as inspiration for her self-produced music, which she calls “honeymoon pop.” Her voice has the allure and free-spirited nature of a young Joni Mitchell, matched by the lush and playful sound of 1960s Italy with a modern spin (à la Weyes Blood, Anna Calvi, and Unloved). She’s the eternal-vacation girl — the kind of woman you meet for a summer and wonder about for the rest of your life. She’s your mom when she was hot and on her honeymoon.

Amiclo spent her teen years touring in support of artists such as Nathaniel Rateliff, Joan Osborne, Yael Naim, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, and Ben Taylor. More recently, she co-founded Producers Against Misogyny (PAM) — a collective to help women get into production — where she spearheaded events with Jacob Collier, Weyes Blood, Devonté Hynes, and more. Amiclo is in her second year of studies at the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU.