New York based singer/songwriter Emma Frank returns with a new album for 2019 entitled Come Back, following her 2018 release, Ocean Av.
Having recently signed to Justin Time/Nettwerk Music Group, Emma shares her leading single, “I Thought”, along with a stunning video directed by visual artist Ayo Tsalithaba filmed in the suburbs of Toronto…
Of “I Thought”, she says, “My mother to this day reminds me that I have a tendency to polarize things. ‘I Thought’ is a reminder that we can grow and change and still be committed to those we love and the work we do.” The subdued strings and soft strokes of the piano keys enhance the raw, honest feeling driving this track
Born and raised outside of Boston, Emma moved to Montreal in 2006 to study literature at McGill University. Whilst there she began performing regularly, releasing two critically acclaimed albums under her own name on the Montreal-based label, The 270 Sessions and performing vocals and brass with art-pop ensembles She’s Got a Habit and Malcolm Sailor’s Songs. After coming to New York in August of 2015 to perform in Franky Rousseau and Dominic Mekky’s chamber opera April, Emma decided to move to Brooklyn. It’s there that she penned the songs on Ocean Av and Come Back.
Come Back is out on September 6th