(Boston, MA) BWH Music Group Announces Emily Cole's Song “Dead Feelings' Has Been Selected for ‘That Summer, Volume 2’, A Sizzling Summer Compilation Album That Features Best Independent Artists in the World. About "Dead Feelings"
Emily Cole wrote "Dead Feelings" about her personal experiences with anxiety. "Even though anxeity can be a daily struggle, the temptation to turn to drugs and alcohol to try and "numb " it isn't the best option as it does more harm than good." The songs' message is delivered in an infectious, jamming track.
The strength and purity of Emily's voice tricks you into thinking she's much older than she is. Already accomplished at playing guitar, ukulele, keyboard, bass and mandolin, Emily has also revelead her immeasuralbe talent as a songwriter... She's released several amazing singles and "Dead Feelings" is definitely one of our favorites." - Virtuosity Worldwide Arts & Entertainment Magazine
"From her brightly colored hair to her sound that infuses indie pop with shades of alternative, to her loving and quirky relationship with her fans, Emily is an authentic human in a world full of social media carbon copies." - Rocket To the Stars
About Emily Cole:
Emily Cole’s self-titled debut album (October 2015) was produced by Eddie Ferguson of Lucky Run Studio in Houston, Texas. Ferguson is known for his work managing music projects alongside Matthew Knowles (father of music superstar Beyoncé) and Max Gousse of Def Jam Records. Emily has since released several singles. “Over” was produced in New York City by members of the popular music trio, The Elev3n, and Hip-Hop artist, Kinetics. Another single, “If I’m Really,” was released in 2017 with proceeds from the song donated to help families impacted by the devastating Hurricane Harvey. It was also picked up by BWH Music Group for their compilation album, That Summer, Volume 1, by Various Artists. This album is among The Year’s Most Exceptional Music Projects Nominated in The 17th Annual Independent Music Awards. Emily is steadily releasing a series of singles ( with producer Eddie Ferguson) with plans to wrap up 2019 with a full length album.
With an ability to play guitar, ukulele, keyboard, bass and mandolin, Emily acquired her passion for songwriting at age 12 while attending the Real Life Real Music Songwriting Camp directed by Kyle Hutton. Songwriting opportunities followed. An invitation to showcase in Nashville resulted in Emily collaborating with long-time songwriter, Jenn Rykert. The song born from that session is called “Two Faced.” “Writing that song was definitely a release of emotions,” Emily says. “I was going through some hard times with some people who I thought were my friends. ‘Two Faced’ is one of my favorite songs that I’ve ever written.”
Emily Cole is a sought-after performer. She has taken the stage at popular venues throughout the Houston region including Warehouse Live and Main Street Crossing. She was a featured performer on “Real Life Real Music,” a one-hour, weekly radio program recorded live at Dosey Doe Big Barn in Woodland, Texas. She has also performed live at Dosey Doe, and in showcases and as an opener for well known bands. One of her favorite performances came in Anaheim, California during the 2018 National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Winter Show. Emily has toured with High School Nation, performing at several high schools alongside popular duos and bands, helping to keep the love of music and art alive!
Emily connects deeply with her fans. She says, “Calling them ‘fans’ is so weird to me because they are more like friends. I prefer to call them ‘frans’ because a lot of them are around my age, and we usually have a lot of the same interests. If I post to Instagram that I am playing through a game like Undertale for the fourth time, or that I’m drinking chocolate milk while binge-watching Yuri! on Ice, it is nice to know that people following me appreciate these amazing pieces of fine art like I do!”
When she isn’t working on new music, playing Fortnite or watching Attack on Titan, Emily can be found donating her time to help others. She participated in the Tonic Music Series put on by Love Street Light Circus. As part of that event, Emily visited Texas Children’s Hospital and performed for cancer victims and their families. She has also performed for patients at Truman W. Smith’s Children’s Care Center in Gladewater, Texas. “Singing for all of those kids and their families is such a humbling experience,” says Emily. “One time, I had this little girl come up and ask me if I knew ‘The Climb’ by Miley Cyrus. We ended up singing the song together. There may have been some crying when it happened!”
About BWH Music Group and ‘That Summer, Volume 2”
You don’t have to go to the ocean to hear the best songs this summer! BWH Music Group’s June 2019 release ‘That Summer, Volume 2, by Various Artists’ promises to be the hottest indie release of the year. This extraordinary compilation album will feature 16 songs by internationally acclaimed, award-winning, emerging artists in multiple genres.
BWH Music Group is an independent music firm specializing in recording, record releases and public relations.
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