Emma Louise is bringing the silky-pop and crisp beats to you this Spring when she embarks on a huge national tour throughout October and November.
It will be the first time the singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist shares music from her hugely-anticipated sophomore album, Supercry, out this Friday.
On stage, Emma is a true artist in every sense of the word, from her songwriting, to her performance, to designing her own costumes. To get a vibe, we filmed a series of live performances at Brisbane’s The Old Museum, you can watch the gorgeous one-shot take of ‘West End Kids’ and her stunning second performance ‘Shut The Door‘.
For the former Brisbane artist and recent Melbourne transplant, the location was once a retreat for Emma.
“The Old Museum is like a second home to me. I spent a lot of time there floating around and finding little secret chambers inside it to write. I wrote a lot of music there and some of the original music I demoed there on the piano in the basement made it onto the album. I just couldn’t replicate the vibe of that place. It’s magic.”
Having recently featured on the festival circuit this year, touring the country on the Groovin The Moo line up and appearing at the end of the month at Splendour In The Grass, the Supercry Tour will be your chance to experience Emma in a more intimate setting, in the nooks of the nation.