Soul singer-songwriter Amahla is an artist on an exceptional trajectory. Amahla entered 2019 as the winner of the PRS Lynsey De Paul Prize, an award given out to one outstanding emerging songwriter across the UK, and ended it with critical acclaim for her unique approach to lyricism, bold addressing of sociopolitical issues and her exceptional voice. All this has culminated in performances at The Great Escape Festival, The Jazz Cafe and The Royal Albert Hall, in addition to selling out two headline shows and accumulating over one million streams. Amahla's latest release "Apathy" is a commentary on the privilege of self isolation and that feeling of sitting somewhere between ignorance, peace of mind and apathy.