Emma Blackery has just revealed her latest video for EP title track, Magnetised. It was directed by Sitcom Soldiers (All Time Low, One OK Rock), and features top UK wrestler Lana Austin, alongside Iain J.Christ. The video sees Emma play a female wrestler who falls for her trainer, only to discover he is already dating her sparring partner. Watch here. Pre-order Emma’s EP here, and get Magnetised instantly to stream on Spotify, and to download on iTunes.
Emma Blackery has recently announced that her latest music offering EP Magnetised, will be released on 26th May. The 6-track EP was recorded at the world famous Rockfield Studios (Queen, Oasis), and also Longwave Studios. Magnetised is a step away from Emma’s previous pop-punk style, and showcases her raw and honest vocals in a more emotionally-driven pop style. First track to be taken from the EP, Nothing Without You is also available to stream on Spotify, and to download on iTunes when you pre-order it, which you can do on iTunes here or Apple music here. Watch the video for Nothing Without You here.
Emma goes on tour later this month, and kicks things off at Dublin’s Button Factory on 27th May. She wraps the tour up on 4th June, at her biggest headline show to date at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire. You can buy tickets here.
Showing no sign of slowing down, Emma Blackery is releasing her very first book, Feel Good 101, on 7th September via Little Brown. The book consists of Emma’s hard-learned life lessons, including her struggles with anxiety and depression. You can pre-order it here.
Catch Emma live on tour:
27.5.17 – Dublin, Button Factory
28.5.17 – Liverpool, O2 Academy2
29.5.17 – Cardiff, Tramshed
31.5.17 – Newcastle, Northumbria University
1.6.17 – Glasgow, Garage
2.6.17 – Norwich, Waterfront
3.6.17 – Birmingham, O2 Institute2
4.6.17 – London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
This page covers news about non-metal music artists, so anything from rock to electronic music to pop music.
Please consider a small donation to continue the running of the site
© 2011-2017 Global Metal Apocalypse