Emily Breeze

Emily released her first solo album ‘The Penny Arcade’ in 2010 garnering critical acclaim including album of the year in Americana U.K and support from BBC Radio 6 which resulted in Emily being described as “The love child of P.J Harvey and Johnny Cash” in The Sunday Times, followed by performances at Glastonbury Festival, a headline slot at Bristol Festival and UK and European tour dates. Emily and long-term collaborator Rob Norbury then went on to form psychedelic post-punk band Candy Darling and released two double A-side seven-inch singles ‘Money’ and ‘Going Straight’ which were supported by BBC Intro, The NME and Louder Than War. 2019 saw the release of Emily’s second solo album ‘Rituals’ produced by Stew Jackson (Massive Attack) which also received positive reviews in national press (Mojo, Irish Times) and airplay from BBC Intro, XFM and BBC Radio 6.

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