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You can understand Emmy The Great wanting to get lost in the machine – her first two albums were driven by heartbreak. ‘First Love’ in 2009 detailed the fallout of…

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For someone whose folk songs are admirably rooted in today’s world, Emma-Lee Moss should have absolutely no trouble dressing her ideas in nowadays clothing: a bit of mooey synth here,…

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Some people just can’t help it. They try to be nice, but they bring out the worst in you. Emma-Lee Moss is one of those people. To use inaccurate and…

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It’s likely the prospect of a debut album from a new hotly-tipped female singer-songwriter has you clawing at the walls in a fit of Groundhog Day-like anguish. Which marketing category…

Has there ever been a less-appropriately named singer than young Emmy? Or at least one who seems less likely to proclaim her own greatness? Emmy’s latest offering is – of…

Of course, when you call yourself that, you have to be really, really great to avoid being accused of lying by the likes of us. ‘My Bad’ is not really,…