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8 thoughts on “ Dance W. Me - Emmy The Great - Second Love (CD, Album)

  1. Vudokasa
    Mar 06,  · Emmy's releasing the follow-up to Virtue on 11 March Entitled Second Love, it will feature two songs from last year's promising S EP, Swimming Pool and Social Halo (you should check out the other two songs as well, especially Solar Panels!). Dance w Me and Algorithm are already available as well. (iTunes preorder here // CD and green.
  2. Moogunos
    Emmy the Great, the moniker of Emma-Lee Moss, made this realization as she started to work on her follow-up to ’s Virtue. Moss originally set out to record an album about technology and the future, but it wasn’t long before the present become much more pressing.
  3. Nikomi
    Emmy the Great: Second Love postmodern vibe in “Never Go Home” and goes 8-bit in “Dance w Me”. but might be overdrawn in an album where striking simplicity may have been the best.
  4. Gardataur
    As well as being a record about new love and unfamiliar places, Emmy the Great's third album Second Love mixes electronica with a knack for cutting, heartbreaking lyrics and acoustic orchestration.
  5. Mogor
    Having released the breakup-fueled Virtue (and a Christmas album and an EP) in the period since her debut, First Love, Emmy the Great returns with a nod to the latter album's heart health in Second plasichbeivabfijanmyurisoulihornfe.coinfo inspired by newfound romance and change -- Emmy's Emma-Lee Moss moved frequently, eventually settling in New York City during the record's writing and recording stage -- it was.
  6. Saktilar
    Mar 11,  · With Second Love, Emma Lee Moss and her musical associates have put together a beautiful and distinctive album that is a sound world of it's own. Emmy's graceful, multi-tracked vocals ride over an impressive swirl of electronics with a solid pop-rock bottom beat/5(18).
  7. Nikolkis
    Mar 15,  · With Second Love, Emmy The Great created a magnificent album that is brought to life with a beautiful bright voice and impressionable melodies. Each song includes textures that are very sweet and easily fade in with the background while Emmy The Great’s words send out sparks of love, joy, and passion.
  8. Goshicage
    It’s been almost five years since we last heard from Emma-Lee Moss, aka Emmy The Great, back when she released her second album, plasichbeivabfijanmyurisoulihornfe.coinfo that album detailed (in sometimes painfully personal terms) the break-up of the relationship with her fiance after he found religion and decided to dedicate his life to the church, it’s understandable that she may have wanted to take some time off.