Liverpudlian songwriter & indie-queen Aimee Steven returns with some of her most unhinged, uniquely visceral work in the form of ‘Don’t Forget It’. Laced with fuzzed, biting guitar chords and psychedelic elements, it’s a low-tempo warcry that’s rich in elements of authentic British Indie and shoegaze. Aimee’s hazy vocal sits perfectly in the wall of layered guitar sounds, providing a sweet yet sinister juxtaposition.
A self-confessed Scouse guitar queen, Aimee has been building her online following in the absence of her true love of performing live. She’s also embraced opportunities to perform for the women’s empowerment campaign Generation W and global charity NPH USA’s appeal to support vulnerable children in South America during the pandemic.
‘Don’t Forget It’ is a rebellion – A message of empowerment and defiance laced with punk spirit. The verses evoke a softer, harmonic side to Aimee’s songwriting before the anthemic chorus kicks in. Speaking on the new single, Aimee states:
“Don’t Forget It is a song that reminds us of our worth in and out of love, and asks others to see that too. Self doubt and anxiety linger under the surface but love must always prevail. I chose to make this my first single of 2021 after the global pandemic brought us a whole year of anxiety – I wanted to remind everyone how much they are worthy of love and of life.”
Listen to ‘Don’t Forget It’ – BELOW: