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Emma Louise in colorful WPAP Vector Pop Art by Toni Agustian 2020-06-28

I am not into music so much anymore. But this is exceptional… I feel like her songs blending with me. I played her music time to time, especially “A Book Left Open in a Wild Field of Flowers” which part of the lyric I wrote on that WPAP.
and actually, the only music I played every day is her songs.

Emma Louise WPAP vibrant
Emma Louise WPAP vibrant


ABOUT EMMA LOUISE

Emma Louise Lobb (born 16 July 1991), who performs as Emma Louise, is an Australian indie pop singer-songwriter from Cairns. Both her two studio albums, vs Head vs Heart (April 2013) and Supercry (July 2016), have reached the ARIA Albums Chart top 15. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2013 she was nominated for Best Female Artist.

She grew up in Cairns. Lobb issued a five-track extended play, Autumn Tongues, in 2008. It was recorded with Mark Myers at Pegasus Studios, Cairns. She moved from Cairns to Brisbane in early 2010 where she initially worked as an events manager. In the following year described her influences, “My biggest musical role models are Missy Higgins, Josh Pyke, Sarah Blasko and Lior. Missy Higgins really inspired me to start writing music.”

In April 2011, Lobb released another EP, Full Hearts and Empty Rooms, and one of its four tracks, “Jungle”, received high rotation on the national youth radio, Triple J. The EP reached the ARIA Singles Chart top 100. During that year she toured in support of Boy & Bear. She was nominated for the 2011 J Award in the Unearthed talent contest for artist of the year. On the Triple J Hottest 100, 2011, “Jungle” was listed at No. 23 by the station’s listeners in its on line poll.

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VIDEOS

Emma’s Youtube Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK3_hb1jzRdkRVJzElWQouA

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