4 Songs, 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Amber Mark is an open book. In 2017, the New York-based singer/songwriter’s debut EP, 3:33am, grieved for her late mother with staggering honesty. On this follow-up, she chooses to work through faltering love, swapping some of 3:33am’s vulnerability for shape-up-or-ship-out bite—all wrapped in a velvet glove of lounge- and house-tinged R&B. Throughout, Mark’s subtle majesty recalls Sade, who’s given her enthusiastic approval to the spare, bass-heavy cover of her 1988 single “Love Is Stronger Than Pride.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Amber Mark is an open book. In 2017, the New York-based singer/songwriter’s debut EP, 3:33am, grieved for her late mother with staggering honesty. On this follow-up, she chooses to work through faltering love, swapping some of 3:33am’s vulnerability for shape-up-or-ship-out bite—all wrapped in a velvet glove of lounge- and house-tinged R&B. Throughout, Mark’s subtle majesty recalls Sade, who’s given her enthusiastic approval to the spare, bass-heavy cover of her 1988 single “Love Is Stronger Than Pride.”

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
19 Ratings
19 Ratings

Great album

Wen G!

Just saw her in concert last night in dc. What an amazing group! Her music is soul inspiring

THE FUTURE!!

Mr. 'Yonce

Her sound and overall vibe is beautiful! I actually just read about her in the latest issue of V Magazine and after listening to snippets of her first EP "3:33AM" I fell in love with her sound. I honestly believe in due time, she'll pop off just like SZA did in 2017! "Conexao" is AMAZING. So glad I discovered her talent.

Omg

Tutti Pea

I have falling in love with you and your music it’s a breeze to love your vibes

About Amber Mark

Amber Mark's multifaceted and sophisticated pop sound is rooted in a wide range of inspirations soaked up from time spent in the U.S., India, Germany, Brazil, and Nepal. She began writing music as a way to work through the 2013 death of her mother and in 2016, while in her early twenties, released her first songs: "Space," "Monsoon" (featuring her mother's voice), and "Way Back." The debut, supported by DJ Zane Lowe, left the biggest impact. The following year, after she signed with the Universal-distributed PMR Records -- home to similarly hard-to-pigeonhole singer/songwriters Jamie Woon and Jessie Ware -- Mark released 3:33am, an EP that featured the three previous singles and four new songs. Following the vibrant "Heat Wave" later that year, Mark issued another single, "Love Me Right," in early 2018. ~ Andy Kellman

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