LA psych dream pop band Amo Amo to release self-titled debut out April 26

Amo Amo, led by queer vocalist Love Femme, recently released a video for dreamy single “When I Look At You” from their upcoming album. The track followed singles “When We’re Gone” and “Closer To You,” which gathered more than half a million Spotify plays, as well as heavy rotation on tastemaker stations like KCRW, KCSN, etc. After an impromptu session in LA, the band & Jim James took to California’s vineyards with no cell phone service to emerge with this collection of soulful, enchanting pop tracks.

Legendary mastering engineer Bob Ludwig (Led Zeppelin, Paul McCartney, Nirvana, Bruce Springsteen, Frank Ocean) said “I really love these songs, they are stand outs of the past year for me…Amo Amo has made a very special album.” Jenny Eliscu (Rolling Stone, Sirius XM) added “Rarely do I come across a new band with as strong a sense of self-identity as Amo Amo…their live show is ecstatic.”