EMA announces release of new album 'The Future's Void'

The LP will be released via City Slang on April 7

Press/Erika Anderson
Photo: Press/Erika Anderson
EMA is set to release her new album, 'The Future's Void', on April 7.

Erika M. Anderson's follow-up to her 2011 debut 'Past Life Martyred Saints' will come out on the City Slang label. Click below to watch the self-directed video for 'Satellites', the first single to be taken from the new LP, which is produced by Leif Shackelford. The video, according to EMA, uses technology which is "primitive or sophisticated, depending on your point of view".

EMA was the former lead singer of Gowns, who released their last album 'Broken Bones', in 2009. Scroll down for a full tracklisting for 'The Future's Void', which a press release says is "a record that seeks to deal with the fact that certain ideas that once seemed futuristic are now the norm, while also trying to sidestep a lot of the musical tropes that come along with exploring technology... Like any great punk record, it questions social convention and rebels against the status quo."

'The Future's Void' tracklisting is:

'So Blonde'
'When She Comes'
'100 Years'
'Dead Celebrity'

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