AMALIE has always had a passion for singing and making music. Inspired by the strong art influence in her family, Amalie learned to paint and create, although music was always the most important part of Amalie's life, giving her the ability to experience the world in a deeper, creative way.
Amalie was born in 2005 in Melbourne, Australia. At the age of 12, she started taking singing lessons with vocal coach; Raimonda Loizou, gaining a strong passion for piano. At the age of 14 , Amalie began painting and selling portraits to fund her musical pursuits. Having purchased musical instruments and equipment, Amalie left her formal education to pursue music full time; teaching herself piano, music production, and music theory. She went on to write and produce her first two singles ‘Parachute Man’ and ‘Am I Going Crazy’, soon after she was asked to co-write and feature in London based production team OMNIVI3E's song ‘Fever’.
Amalie then made her way to Byron Bay, becoming a part of its lively busking scene, writing new songs and performing for the public. That's where she wrote her upcoming single: 'Good Luck Black Cat'. Amalie worked with (platinum award winning producer) Garrett Kato on the production of 'Good Luck Black Cat' who was recommended by some of the other local buskers. Amalie has also painted the cover Art for 'Good Luck Black Cat’ which also happens to be her entry for the 2023 Archibald prize (Australia's most prestigious art prize).