Single review: EMILIE – ‘Never Enough’

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In an industry that feels almost inundated with electronic music at the moment, Edinburgh-based artist EMILIE comes as a breathe of fresh air and is certainly one to watch in 2017.

EMILIE’s most recent single ‘Never Enough’ is a brooding piece of electronica, impeccably mastered and lyrically stunning. The single tackles the greed that is all around us, allowing us to lose the value of what’s truly important as a result. EMILIE’s lead vocal is flawless; smooth as silk and reminding us of equally talented ladies such as Låpsley and BANKS respectively.

EMILIE aka Emily Atkinson has been making waves within the Scottish circuit for a while now, having supported the likes of SG Lewis and Be Charlotte to name but a few. With two critically acclaimed singles and a debut EP already under her belt, we can’t wait to see what she gets up to next.

‘Never Enough’ is out now via Depot Records.

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