However, Amy feels modern day generations’ obsession with technology means childhood has been changed forever, with kids more likely to be inside on their phones than out playing with their friends.
Speaking about her own childhood, she added: “The street where I live there’s never any kids playing outside and that’s the opposite to what my memories are, where you’d come out and you’d know who’s garden your mates were playing in as there were about 10 bikes outside.”
And the 33-year-old singer and musician feels the landscape of music has changed a lot since her younger years too, and the way people listen to music is different now.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper’s Wired column, she said: “The way people listen to music now is by picking one song at a time. It’s probably quite rare for anyone to listen to an album from start to finish, but for me, that’s the most exciting thing when my favourite artist or band brings out a new record. Artists like myself need to keep pushing on promoting the importance of the album because it’s such a historical part of music.”