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a bit about me :)

I'm rainbow frog biscuits, but my real name is Amber Louise. I've been writing songs and making music since I was about ten years old; I've always seen it as my way of expressing myself and my feelings, like a diary or a journal. My hope now as an adult is that people with similar experiences to me might hear my lyrics and be able to relate to them, and maybe even be encouraged to start writing their own.

my current releases


released April 2021

I wrote this song at a time when I was really struggling with my self-esteem, and would often compare myself to my best friend, who I always thought was a lot prettier than me. I feel like a lot of teenagers struggle with their image, so I wrote this not only as an attempt at catharsis for myself, but hopefully as a message to others that they are not alone in their feelings.

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Friends Instead

released July 2021

I feel like most artists have written a break-up song at some point, so I wanted to see what my version of a break-up song would sound like. Anyone who knows me well knows that I am terrible at asserting myself and speaking openly about my feelings, and my lyrics in this song are a reflection of that.

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Help Me

released March 2022

I often have a lot of trouble deciphering non-verbal cues in social interactions, and especially in relationships. Most of the time, unless someone is transparent about their feelings with me, I find it very hard to tell what they are. This song is about my struggle with this, and my confusion over whether a connection I have with a certain person might just be friendship, or something more.

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Bedsheet Ghost

released October 2022

I originally wrote this song for a Halloween gig I was performing, but I ended up liking it so much that I decided to release it. The song tells the story of a person who relies on their Halloween costume to hide from their bullies, so that they can have one night of fun without feeling scared. I also weirdly feel like it speaks to the queer experience of hiding away out of fear of being seen differently, but I didn't realise this until after I wrote it.

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It's All Fake Anyway

released November 2022

I feel like we as humans are perfectionists by nature, which means we often forget how little time we actually get to live, so I wrote this song to remind myself (and hopefully others) that nothing we do in life really matters in the end, because we probably all live in some kind of simulation anyway. I also love the idea that a little alien child is sitting somewhere playing our reality like a video game.

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