Emma Blackery’s EP Magnetised will be released soon.
After months of anticipation, Emma Blackery has announced details of her upcoming EP Magnetised. Consisting of six tracks dealing with topics such as heartbreak and moving on from mistakes, Emma describes it as “the line I am drawing under my past”.
Emma also revealed that she will be going on tour across the UK to support the EP. The eight-date tour begins in Dublin on 27 May, and will hit locations such as Newcastle, Glasgow, and Birmingham before closing off with a show at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London on 4 June.
welcome to the era of 'magnetised'.
six tracks. here is the cover.
music is coming soon
another announcement is coming tomorrow evening. pic.twitter.com/1BQGRadiCU
— Emma Blackery (@emmablackery) March 15, 2017
Emma began by unveiling the title and cover of the EP on 15 March, before announcing the tour the next day. She has also revealed that two of the tracks are among the first she ever recorded as demos in 2012, and that her YouTube account was initially created to promote them, while others are about “the worst heartbreak I have ever experienced”. In response to a fan query, she stated on Twitter that the title of the EP refers to being drawn towards someone “against your better judgement”.
i wanted to let you know first.
general admission on sale monday 4pm
vip available via upgrade at a later date pic.twitter.com/lB670sM09H
— Emma Blackery (@emmablackery) March 16, 2017
Tickets for the tour will go on sale on 20 March at 4pm from seetickets.com and myticket.co.uk, and those who purchase a ticket will be able to upgrade to a VIP package at a later date. The release date and track listing for Magnetised is still forthcoming.
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