The young singer/songwriter Emilia Tarrant is set to release her debut EP later this year. In the run-up to it, she shares her brand new single “Honeymoon Phase,” and it’s a real treat. Having picked up the piano at the age of 12, she has been steadily writing and making music ever since.
For “Honeymoon Phase,” Tarrant draws on languid use of both piano and strings, elevating its soft, undulating top-line to new heights. It is hugely emotive, and has real meaning behind it.
She explains: “Honeymoon Phase’ is based on the stereotypical fairy-tale beginning that most new relationships endure, and surviving the end of it. It covers the ebbs and flows of a new relationship, the choice we face whether it’s worth fighting for, as well as the inevitable cyclical argumentative stage: ‘we fight, we cry, we hug, we fight again“.
Check this record out below.