EMERY NEW ALBUM “YOU WERE NEVER ALONE” AVAILABLE NOW FOR PRE-ORDER

Spread the love

emery

NEW SONG “TAKEN FOR A BATH” OUT TODAY!

South Carolina’s EMERY revealed today “Taken for a Bath”, new track out of their upcoming “You Were Never Alone”, Emery’s sixth full-length record dropping on May 19th via Rude Records worldwide outside of the US and Mexico.

Pre-Orders are available from today at these links for:
DigitalPhysical
Including in both cases the new single as an instant-grat!

Stream “Taken for a Bath” by clicking HERE!

If there is one thing you can say about South Carolina’s Emery, it’s that they’ve never come close to fitting into the proverbial box. “You Were Never Alone”, the band’s sixth full-length record will be dropping May 19th on Rude Records in Europe. Additionally, in an untraditional approach to the rapidly changing music industry, the band chose to make fans experience each track meticulously discussed week by week on the brand new podcast Break It Down.

Each of the first 12 episodes feature a song from the album, played in its entirety along with clips and tracks pulled out from the recording session, and stories and explanations to accompany as well as insights into the lyrics and themes explored. It will be a behind the curtain look at what goes into making Emery’s music. Adds Matt Carter: “We are blown away that after going independent, recording our sixth full length, and starting our own label, BC Music, the response and new growth to our band would be so massive. It’s truly amazing to now be able to release ‘You Were Never Alone’ internationally with Rude Records and to know we have fans and support all over the world!”.

Keep an eye on Rude Records socials to find out where you can hear the other new tracks from “You Were Never Alone” each week!

More information on:
www.facebook.com/rude.recorz
www.ruderecorz.com

For Updates on Emery, Please Visit:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/emery
Twitter: officialemery
Instagram: emeryofficial

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: