Neoclassical Instrumentalist And Vocalist Emma Paunil Releases Her Latest Track, ‘Soul Flame’

Set for release on September 10, ‘Soul Flame’ is the new single from neoclassical instrumentalist and alternative vocalist, Emma Paunil. The song is available to pre-save here.

An emotional song, which has been paired with an equally moving music video, ‘Soul Flame’ was written six years ago, when Emma was going through a time of self-doubt and insecurity. The artist touches on such subjects as mental health, and follows the story and growth of a girl who’s lost her loving father. The song has been carefully crafted in order to fully capture both Paunil’s incredible passion for music, while being a heartfelt expression of bravery. Emma invites her fans to join her, as she takes a journey of self-love.

Emma Paunil’s vocals are strident and intense, as she shares her feelings with both her whole heart and voice. Accompanied by piano, she evokes emotion and love as she shares her story in song.

A neoclassical instrumentalist and alternative vocalist, Emma Paunil is also an educator, teaching on how to get into acting and film making. Indeed, she is a multifaceted artist, whose interests cross over into authorship and self-help, especially with topics such as emotional and mental health. The release of Soul Flame, as well as the corresponding Therapy Support Program, is set to launch officially on World Suicide Prevention Day 2021, commemorated this year on September 10th. Paunil’s mission is to run a social movement and campaign alongside each vocal release, and to take critical steps in educating the public and inspiring change.

Find out more about Emma Paunil, her music, and her work, online on Facebook, Instagram, here official website, Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music.

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