Empara Mi shares orchestral rework of latest single ‘Blood In The Water’

Acclaimed avant-garde pop artist Empara Mi has shared the intoxicating orchestral rework of her latest single, ‘Blood In The Water’.


Replacing the original’s brooding production and electronics with swelling strings punctuated by expressive musicality, the rework lends the track a foreboding atmosphere, placing emphasis on Empara Mi’s stunning vocals and poignant lyricism amid an expansive and emotionally evocative soundscape.

The orchestral version follows the release of the single’s cinematic video, which premiered with Hunger and led them to describe Empara Mi as “unlike anything music has seen in a while… Proving herself to be a voice we all can empathise with, and also be in awe of, Empara Mi brings together the worlds of intimacy and relatability seamlessly, and with serious style.”

Released in April, the single followed ‘Crying’– the first new taste of Empara Mi’s captivating blend of pop, R&B and hip-hop as well as her striking visual aesthetic – which was accompanied by a stunning video inspired by Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet, and produced by Lemonthebeat.

With an uncompromising vision for her magnificent post pop, Empara Mi has returned and 2019 heralds the unfolding of her dramatic, ambitious and emotional musical direction.

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