‘Summer End’, the follow up to her debut ‘House Of Hym’ which premiered on Line Of Best Fit in August, is a magical and haunting piece of cinematic pop. It’s another hint of what to expect from her forthcoming album, due next year.
aemma’s music is characterised by a sense of magic, created through complex melodies and arrangements. Everything is effortlessly underpinned by powerful cerebral lyrics that celebrate subjects such as nature, sensitivity, romance and femininity in all forms.
A favourite of BBC Radio London and the Metro newspaper, aemma (together with string quartet, synths and a female choir) recentlyplayed a sold-out show at London’s Bush Hall in October alongside The Quill to celebrate ‘Hunters Moon’.
Though now London based, aemma was born and raised on the wilderness of Dartmoor. She takes influence from composer Ennio Morricone and 60’s and 70’s European film music generally, as well as classical composers Sibelius, Debussy and Bach whose music she regularly performed growing up.