Nottingham quartet Amber Run first formed in high school as an alt-rock band, meeting keyboardist Henry Wyeth at University whilst they were studying Humanities and Law. Eventually the foursome left their studies to pursue music, but it all paid off because by 2013 they landed a spot at the BBC Introducing stage at Reading Festival. ] Within a few weeks the boys had signed to RCA, and set to work on releasing their first EP 'Noah' and supporting Kodaline on tour. By 2015, they were ready to release '5am', debuting at #36 on the UK chart. In 2017, they came out with their second album 'For a Moment, I Was Lost'.