started to forage sounds and piece together arrangements over the gentle hum of a drop saw.
She then relocated to south Gippsland to co-produce the record with esteemed producer and musician Greg J. Walker (Paul Kelly, Tiny Ruins, Machine Translations).
The outcome is a delicately crafted, warm and textured record. Playful imperfect beats nestle
themselves amongst rich organic synths with enough space for each sound to breathe equally.
It's a deeply personal record that undeniably illustrates Emma's life and experience right now as she learns to be an observer of an anxious mind, comes to terms with her own ageing and unpacks the unknown.
Demons is quickly being recognised as an exceptional piece of work, with Double J selecting it as its coveted feature album the week of it’s release and FBi radio adding the full album as feature packet for rotation.