Amy Woodburn

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Forty-two year-old songwriter and mum Amy Woodburn and nineteen-year-old singer Lizzie Freeborn live in coastal Cornwall and create songs together to raise the profile of the climate crisis. At the close of 2019, the two women, a generation apart, were thrown together when they met through their involvement with Extinction Rebellion. Their dream to write for change on climate took root fast with their band ISYLA (pronounced iz-eye-la), releasing their first album 'Where She Walks' in June last year. ISYLA are currently on the brink of releasing their second album 'Of Blood and Star.' Their website has all the latest videos and their music is available to stream on all major streaming platforms.

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