Bravely drawing on her own experience, Kayla Amor releases her empowering comeback single ‘Strong Enough’. After a two-year hiatus, the North London soul singer shows her reborn self with poise and maturity, her powerful voice standing firm over warm soul chord progressions and polished drum patterns.
Accompanied with a music video, featuring Top Boy’s Dris (Shone Romulus) ‘Strong Enough’ the video illustrates the difficulty of leaving toxic and abusive relationships and the courage needed to rediscover one’s self after a traumatising experience.
The former lead singer of House and Garage Orchestra, Kayla Amor retreated from the spotlight, leaving out of love with music after negative experiences but rediscovered her passion with the guidance of London-based charity, Key Changes. Supporting 3,500+ creatives in the music industry, Key Changes delivers industry-focused mental health services for musicians suffering from depression, anxiety and other mental health issues; providing mental health provisions, artist development programmes and pop-up studios in within the community.
Along with the title track and video, her ‘Strong Enough’ EP is available on all streaming platforms. Kayla Amor, along with other musicians are indebted to the efforts of Key Changes, and wishes to spread more awareness on mental health issues within the music industry. For creatives struggling with problems, personally or professionally, there is untapped strength in vulnerability.