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The Brisbane singer/songwriter’s second LP is all brave, incandescent mood music. Written with producer Pascal Gabriel (Kylie Minogue, Goldfrapp) in a French castle, Supercry combines tidy arrangements (pristine electronics, sharp live instrumentation) with Louise’s deeply honest lyrical turns and haunting vocals. The result, like elegiac highlight “Nowhere,” is reminiscent of Fionna Apple.

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Kills it every time!!!!

Yet another album of Emma's where literally every song is exceptional! These days it's so easy to stream music for free, but I had to buy this album and will continue to purchase anything that comes from her! Pure gold! You can always have my money, Emma!

Supercry

EXCELLENT!!!

Biography

Born: July 16, 1991 in Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '10s

While highly regarded in her country of origin thanks to her Independent Music Award-winning 2011 debut EP, Full Hearts & Empty Rooms, Brisbane singer/songwriter Emma Louise was largely unknown in the rest of the world until a remix of her single "Jungle" by Berlin house maven Wankelmut became a surprise smash hit in Italy in 2013, propelling her to stardom in Europe. The single was a taster for her debut album, Vs Head vs Heart, whose decidedly original atmospheres showcased her electronica-flecked...
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