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EMMA LOUISE ANNOUNCES ‘LILAC EVERYTHING’ AUSTRALIAN TOUR – SEPT 2019

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One hundred million streams, two Top 20 ARIA Albums and multi-platinum sales: Byron-Bay-via-Los-Angeles singer Emma Louise will bring her Lilac Everything Tour to Australian fans this September. These special headline shows will be the very first time fans of the ‘Wish You Well’singer will be able to hear Emma’s critically acclaimed latest album, Lilac Everything; A Project by Emma Louise (out now through Liberation Records) live on stage, as well the finest moments from her back catalogue.

“I am so looking forward to touring Lilac Everything. This is my favourite album to date. The making of it was so magical and I know the live performance will be too and I can’t wait to share that with you.” – Emma Louise

Lilac Everything is Emma’s most ambitious work to date – a record which saw the singer pitch down her unique, instantly recognisable vocals across the entire 10 tracks of the album. It was a bold, honest decision which won praise from fellow creatives, fans and critics alike. Says Emma of the move, “It was honestly the most relieving decision I’ve ever made. Musically. It just felt right”.

Rising Brisbane songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Emerson Snowe will join Emma on her national tour. Emerson has garnered widespread support from fellow artists, industry, fans and international tastemakers, with national tours with King Krule, Ariel Pink and GUM, performances at SXSW and The Great Escape, as well as headline shows across the UK, Europe and Australia in celebration of the release of his stunning debut EP That’s Rock ‘n’ Roll.
Also joining Emma at these shows is Cairns-based songwriter Greta Stanley, who has followed on from previous EP Kick with her latest single ‘Follow Suit’. Greta has shared the stage with the likes of The Rubens, Woodes, Ziggy Alberts, Boy & Bear, Sarah Blasko and Didirri. On her latest track, once again she beautifully captures her own unique perspective on the highs and lows of life. Completely intimate and personal, and in the other recognising that there are others going through it all too – struggling on, fighting the fight, forging ahead.

With an extensive back catalogue and multi-Platinum certification to her name, plus co-writes and features on Flight Facilities’ ‘Arty Boy’ and ‘Two Bodies’, Emma Louise has never been as content in her world as she is now. Splitting her time between northern NSW and Los Angeles, Emma absorbs herself daily in creativity by writing and creating music, painting and sculpting artworks   she is an artist in the truest sense of the word.

Don’t miss out on these unique shows – grab your tickets quickly! Tickets on sale Friday 7 June via emmalouise.net.

Kirra Pendergast is the editor of Common Ground Australia. An award winning photographer, Kirra first picked up a camera at 12yrs old. Her photography has been widely published in everything from international newspapers through to Rolling Stone Magazine (which was a major bucket list tick) Kirra is always out capturing photographs of things as varied as the immense power and beauty of the ocean, storms, and the breathtaking landscapes of Northern NSW. Kirra's photographic passion is music, portraiture and street photography. Born and raised in Byron Bay, Kirra's family has spent generations in the Northern Rivers hailing from Lismore, Tuntable Falls, Tregagle and Byron Bay. Kirra is passionate about supporting local music, creatives, the arts and local business using Common Ground as a platform to promote this place, its people and their passion.

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