Emily performed with her bass player Christian Dunham to a packed crowd at St Pancras Old Church, London for the launch of her new album ‘A Bit Of Blue’.
Songs from Emily’s forthcoming album ‘A Bit Of Blue’ are being played on BBC Radio around the UK. Latest broadcast from BBC Radio Scotland of the opening track of the album ‘Memory’. Listen again here (scroll to 01:17:30).
Emily posted a new ‘Songs From My Attic’ video, this time an acoustic, unplugged version of her song ‘Old Valentine’, performed in her attic studio. You can watch it here.
“When I’m writing a new song there is no feeling like it. If I’m honest, I need a bit of a high to give me that urge to write, to create something out of nothing, to express this intense feeling inside me that otherwise turns in on me in such a destructive way…”
Read Emily’s recent blog for The Sean Costello Fund for Bipolar Research (USA).
“I’ve come to realise that all this energy in my head is something precious, something I can transform into creativity if I choose to. I can’t change the fact I have bipolar disorder but I can change how I deal with it…”
Read a recent interview with Emily by Bipolar UK, the national charity supporting people living with bipolar disorder.
“One of those rare, wonderful beasts in today’s instant world that has to be loved.”
Read the latest review of Emily’s forthcoming album ‘A Bit Of Blue (out 24.02.17) in Maverick Magazine.
The second in Emily’s series ‘Songs From My Attic’ is ‘Falling On My Feet’, taken from her first album ‘Stranger Place’. You can watch it here.
“…breathy, spacey ballads that are bathed in raw emotional power.”
Read the review of Emily’s forthcoming album ‘A Bit Of Blue’ in Guitarist Magazine.
We’ve just published the first in a series called ‘Songs From My Attic’ – Emily performing acoustic, unplugged versions of her songs in her attic studio. The first song is ‘Start Over Again’ from her album ‘Believer’. You can watch the performances on Emily’s Youtube channel, Facebook page or here on her website