Amalie Bruun

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Amalie Bruun
Birth name Amalie Bruun
Born (1985-01-06) January 6, 1985 (age 29)
Copenhagen, Denmark
Genres Pop, Black metal
Occupations Singer, Songwriter
Years active 2006–present
Labels A:larm Music
Associated acts Ex Cops,[1] Moh Denebi, Gaspard Ulliel, Ingrid Schram, Vinnie Paz, R.A. the Rugged Man
Website http://amaliebruun.bandcamp.com/

Amalie Bruun (born 1985) is a Danish singer and songwriter.

Biography[edit]

Amalie Brunn released her debut album in 2006 on Kick Music with 11 songs written by herself and her father Michael Christie. Amalie Bruun is also a pianist and writes songs with other composers, including Moh Denebi from Stockholm . In 2008 she created the title song for Reality show Paradise Hotel . The song is called If You Give It Up and has also made music video in Mexico, where the show takes place. Amalie Bruun went to New York later in 2008 and won the New York songwriters circle international award. She is now permanently residing in New York. In 2010 she published The EP 'Branches' which was recorded at Pirate Studios in New York in partnership with Watt White. In August 2010 played Amalie Bruun in a commercial for Chanel perfume Bleu De Chanel, directed by Martin Scorsese, along with Gaspard Ulliel and Ingrid Schram. She also appeared in 2011 in the music video for The Lonely Island's "Jack Sparrow" as Forrest Gump's wife Jenny, alongside Michael Bolton. In spring 2012 she released the single "Siren", written and produced in collaboration with Mark Saunders on A:Larm Music. In 2013, Amalie also appeared on R.A. The Rugged Man's Album "Legends Never Die" providing background and chorus vocals for Track #3 - "Definition of a Rap Flow".

Discography[edit]

  • Amalie Bruun (2006)
  • Housecat (EP) (2008)
  • Branches (EP) (2010)
  • Siren (Single) (2012)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://blogs.villagevoice.com/music/2013/01/ex_cops_brian_harding_black_metal.php