Emma Blackery Reveals New Video For Song ‘Magnetised’

Emma Blackery has revealed the video for the title track of her new EP, ‘Magnetised’. The EP is set for release on May 26, and was recorded at Rockfield Studios, as well as Longwave Studios.

The video has been directed by Sitcom Soldiers, known for their work with All Time Low, and features top UK wrestler Lana Austin, along with Iain J Christ. In the video Emma plays a female wrestler who falls in love with her trainer, only to find he is already going out with her sparring partner.

Emma Blackery - Magnetised (Official Video)

‘Magnetised’ follows ‘Nothing Without You’, the first track released from the EP. Both are available to stream on Spotify and download from iTunes. The Magnetised EP can be pre-ordered from iTunes.

Emma Blackery - Nothing Without You (Official Video)

Emma’s first book, ‘Feel Good 101’, is also set for release on 7 September, through Little Brown. Written about her hard-earned life lessons, Emma talks about her struggles with anxiety and depression. ‘Feel Good 101’ can be pre-ordered here.

Emma is set to start her tour later this month, starting at Dublin’s famous Button Factory on 27 May and winding up at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, on June 4. Tickets are available here.

Find Emma Blackery online on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Catch Emma live on tour:

27.5.17 – Dublin, Button Factory

28.5.17 – Liverpool, O2 Academy2

29.5.17 – Cardiff, Tramshed

31.5.17 – Newcastle, Northumbria University

1.6.17 – Glasgow, Garage

2.6.17 – Norwich, Waterfront

3.6.17 – Birmingham, O2 Institute2

4.6.17 – London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire


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