Emma Louise: Supercry National Tour
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“Louise's voice remains eminently enticing; it's hard not to be coerced by her conviction.” – Rolling Stone
“Sophomore album Supercry is exquisitely produced, articulating intimate emotions with immense vulnerability and competence. Fusing hauntingly beautiful vocals with delicate keys, Emma Louise continues to craft blissful indie pop that is earnest and relatable.” - The AU Review
Singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Emma Louise will be embarking on a huge headline tour throughout October and November, including Canberra (an all ages gig) in celebration of her just released sophomore album Supercry (out 15 July 2016 via Liberation Music, pre-order here).
Supercry is the follow up to Emma’s critically acclaimed debut vs Head vs Heart, and was recorded in a castle in Provence, France with renowned Belgian producer Pascal Gabriel (Goldfrapp, Ladyhawke). All three singles released thus far - ‘Underflow’, ‘Talk Baby Talk’, and ‘West End Kids’ – are commanding community radio airwaves and picking up high rotation adds on triple j. ‘Underflow’ alone has been streamed over 1.5 million times worldwide on Spotify, while ‘Talk Baby Talk’ has also notched a whopping 1.2 million streams.
‘…a delicate, silky piece of ambient pop that soars as it goes along... There’s a very solid structuring to the track, and it’s as crisp throughout as it is gentle—a rare feat indeed.’ - Hilly Dilly
‘The infectious melody and Louise’s poignant honeyed vocals are brought to life against a backdrop of desperation.’ - Speaker TV
To celebrate Supercry’s release, mushroom.com filmed a series of live performances at Brisbane’s The Old Museum, a former retreat for Emma. Watch the first installment ‘West End Kids’ here.
Emma loves to be involved in every aspect of her career, but she knows that her songwriting is the foundation for it all. “Writing songs is what I am best at. I can’t do that unless I am by myself so I spend a lot of time alone, which is probably why it was hard for me working with other people at first. With the first album I was very rigid, fighting for control. With this one I loosened up so much; it felt so natural and honest.”
Supercry is set to see Emma bound for greatness; don’t miss the album release celebrations as she tours the country this spring.
Emma is supported by Sydeny duo MEZKO and Melbourne band Fractures.
FRONTIER TOURING PRESENTS
EMMA LOUISE: SUPERCRY NATIONAL TOUR
THURSDAY 13 OCTOBER @7:30PM
TICKET PRICE: $39.00
Street One - Reserved | Duration: 140minutes including Interval.
EMMA LOUISE: 9:30PM-10:40PM
A Street Live Music presentation