London singer-songwriter Emma Kelly shares the second release from her forthcoming EP in the shape of a new single ‘Lifeboats’, following on from her debut single ‘Drunk’, which attracted lots of interest throughout radio stations across the UK.
Of Lifeboats, Emma states “The two people are polar opposites, with one of them clinging onto something that doesn’t exist. People can find themselves dreaming of things that won’t happen but are so desperate for it to become reality, they immerse themselves into the dream. I can relate to that; everyone wants dreams to become reality.”
Drunk is about the influences we fall into, trapped by peer pressure and what’s considered a social norm. It might just be a little bit, it might be a lot but you’ll find yourself somewhere, addicted to something, drunk on the mere thought of it, whether you admit it or not.”
British newcomer Emma Kelly described as “creating an organically raw soundscape” after her debut release ‘Running Wild’.
Emma Kelly makes bold powerful pop music that balances precariously on the verge of euphoria, sorrow and empowerment. With a distinct sound reminiscent of early Florence Welch, the 21-year-old pens intricate lyrics far beyond her years.