Emma Blackery Releases Empowering New Single ‘Cute Without You’

Emma Blackery has released her brand new single ‘Cute Without You’ through RWG Records. The empowering pop anthem is the first taste of new music from the Essex-born singer since the release of her critically acclaimed debut album ‘Villains’ last year.

Broncho – ‘Big City Boys’

Broncho deliver a unique blend of indie- and garage-rock which was recognised by Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age as being exactly the right mix to support them on their ‘Villains’ Tour.

Emma Blackery’s New Album ‘Villains’ Is Deeply Introspective And Conceptual

Emma Blackery is nothing if not very busy. A singer-songwriter who’s probably equally known for her YouTube vlogging, as well as her writing – she released her debut book last year, ‘Feel Good 101: The Outsiders’ Guide to a Happier Life’, based on a series of videos on her main YouTube channel – she’s been releasing music 2012. She’s also toured extensively, most notably for us here at EP, when she supported Busted and Wheatus on their UK tour in 2016. ‘Villains’, out tomorrow, is her first full length album, after five EPs.

Emma Blackery Releases New Single ‘Icarus’

Rising pop star Emma Blackery has today released her brand new single ‘Icarus’, taken from her forthcoming debut album ‘Villains’ out August 31st through her own RWG Records.

Queens of the Stone Age – ‘The Way You Used To Do’

The video for Queens Of The Stone Age’s ‘The Way You Used To Do’ has been described by Billboard as “a Satanic Fever Dream.” The first single from their album, ‘Villains’, it was originally released exclusively to Apple Music, and topped the Billboard charts. It’s now also been released on Vevo, and has almost cracked the million mark in its first week.