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It's different

I've followed Emilie Autumn for years and own every album. She's been touring Opheliac for years now so I was happy to see that a new single had come out. Now there have been two periods of Emilie Autumn, the first album was the "fairy" Celtic, medieval Emilie Autumn. Some very beauty songs were on that album. After that though, the look and sound did a 360 and a harsher, spit in your face Emilie Autumn emerged. Again, fine. There were some great songs and the concerts were amazing. Stage shows really. 4 hours of music mixed with a play. It was amazing. This though...this single has me confused. It seems like its going everywhere. It's Emilie Autumn mixed with a female Dani Filth. Emilie was known for her growls and screams (which hurt your ears when you saw her live) but they were placed in well timed spots in the songs and were more deep sounding. Not so much in this single. All I could think of when listening to it was "Dani Filth after he got creative control". Meaning, screaming for the sake of screaming. I honestly miss the fairy Emilie Autumn mixed with tongue in cheek songs that required a bit of thinking and book knowledge to figure out.


I've heard every song (and poem) Emilie has written, and while I have great respect for her lyricism and mad violin skills, it's never sounded like she's matured in terms of musical composition. Fortunately, "Fight Like a Girl" is not too hollow or artificial – synths and percussion fill in the gaps, and she keeps her screams and snarls to a minimum.

"Time for Tea" falls back to her Broadway style and is perfectly suited for a Tim Burton musical or Halloween playlist.


Born: September 22, 1979 in Malibu, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer/songwriter and instrumentalist Emilie Autumn is an eccentric, musical marvel who's been shaping her style since the age of two. Born September 22, 1979 to a seamstress mother, Autumn started reading notes before learning the alphabet. By age four, she was playing the violin. Her young life was spent in concert halls across Europe and North America, but Autumn grew bored of formal education before her teenage years set in. She attended the well-respected Colburn School of Performing Arts by...
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Fight Like a Girl - Single, Emilie Autumn
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  • $1.98
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Electronic
  • Released: Apr 20, 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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