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News |  29 Sep 2017 10:00 |  By RnMTeam

Songs are an extension of yourself and it's nerve-racking to put it out: Anmol Malik

MUMBAI: Anmol Malik has very clearly found an outlet for her talent and this is just the beginning for the talented singer-songwriter. Well, if you’re unaware of all that this Malik prodigy has managed to do in 2017, let us enlighten you. She first released her independent track Let Me Come Home in January this year, the song was a surprise package to most including Vh1 that agreed to play the song on its channel. Soon, the track made it to Vh1’s Top 50 list internationally.

Check the track here -

This time around Anmol has released yet another English single, Into The Night, sung and written by her. The single released last week exclusively with Vh1 and is currently available on all English music channels and music stores.

“I’ve been writing music since, I was 13. I write new material every single day. Back then, I did not have an outlet, but now, I have a new platform,” says an elated Anmol.

The platform is YouTube, a platform that has made life lot easier for aspiring artist, but Anmol comes from a musical background. She also has Bollywood songs like Nagin Dance, Old School Girl, Talli, Pyar Ki and more to her credit. But, she wanted the world to see this musical side of her.

Her recent track germinated during her casual discussion with her friends. During an evening chat she came up with the line – Our memories will become stories that we will tell someone else. That led to the entire song. “All the songs that I write come from an honest space. When you create something you cannot lie. It’s an extension of yourself and it's nerve-racking to put it out,” explains the singer.

The video of Into The Night too has some thought put in. Elaborating on why it’s all black and white Anmol says, “It’s very stark. It has to give you the feeling of loneliness. When you’re staring at the ceiling, while everyone’s asleep, it’s all black and white. The video brings out that feeling.”

With her first independent track having achieved huge success, Anmol has high expectations with Into The Night. “I hope Into The Night surpasses Let Me Come Home,” says Anmol with her fingers crossed.

YouTube’s recently called it a perfect post-breakup song.

 Check the track here –

Indeed a perfect beginning for a singer who's grown up listening to Norah Jones, The Beatles, The Smiths and Adele.