Emmeline has shared a new single, ‘The Dance’.
The release comes alongside news of her new EP, ‘Small-Town Girls And Soft Summer Nights’, slated for release on 28th July via 70Hz.
‘The Dance’ follows on from the Audrey Hepburn-inspired single ‘Sabrina’ and her debut EP ‘Satellite Navigation System’.
Speaking about new project, Emmeline explains: “My second EP, ‘Small-Town Girls and Soft Summer Nights’ is located firmly in the Yorkshire hillsides – that place of my adolescence and fevered dreaming. Connecting the tracks is a younger version of myself and the people, films, books, bandstands and small rivers that took hold of my imagination then, and have yet to leave. Throughout this body of work, I document my long-term fascination with American suburbia, and how it intrigued my British instincts; I become different characters and scenarios in which I longed to play-pretend; I luxuriate in a series of vignettes that are as equally fantastical as they are theatrical. This EP is about the juxtaposition of the local and the dream-world, the intimate and the performative, and the character and the caricature. It is a fabled love letter to growing up, and for seeing your home with clarity only after having left.”
She’s also announced a live show at The Last Word Festival, which will take place at London’s Roundhouse on 15th June.
You can check out ‘The Dance’ here: