• Bryon Harris

Emily Cole - 'Dead Feelings'

On the first day of summer, June 21, 2019, BWH Music Group released the sizzling hot summer compilation album, 'That Summer, Vol. 2, by Various Artists.' The album offers 16 songs from internationally acclaimed and award-wining independent artists. Emily Cole's song "Dead Feelings" is one of the phenomenal songs featured on the album.

Emily states that "Dead Feelings "is about how, even though you may struggle with anxiety, you don't have to resort to drugs and alcohol to "numb" how you feel. It's a topic that really needs to be talked about more."

A song about anxiety and using drugs as a coping mechanism or self-medication is long overdue and extremely relevant in today's fast-paced, high-pressure society. Emily brings the topic into the spotlight with a song that everyone will love. In "Dead Feelings", Emily opens up in a way that invites you to be her friend, listen to her words, and enjoy the jam. Aside from an amazing voice and great production work, one of Emily's greatest talents is that she is able to take raw emotions and real-life situations and share it with others in a way that's easy to relate to.

From the start, "Dead Feelings" draws you in with a track that literally steams off the hot pavement. The super strong groove that pulses with deep bass, bouncing synth,and percussive claps will win your over instantly. The melody of the riffs sticks with you long after you've heard it.

Emily's vocals are emotive. She has a certain edge, a slight vulnerability, that is perfect for this song. Her refreshing self-reflection and ability to wear her experiences on her sleeve, in order to help others, sets her miles apart from many of today's top pop artists. "How could you think it’s all in my head? uncontrollable anxiety, i’d rather stay in bed i don’t wanna drink, so side effects don’t fuck with me, i cant wait til these feelings are dead how could you think it’s all in my head? not my fault i remember everything you ever said." There is nothing (and I do mean nothing) bland or run-of-the-mill about this inspired pink-haired pop songstress - Emily Cole has depth and undeniable talent. She invites you directly into her world showing you she can take bold moves when it comes to her art. There is nothing as powerful as emotional bravery and there is nothing more appealing than authenticity. Whether you just want to get lost in a really cool jam or go deeper and relate to Emily's story, "Dead Feelings" offers up the best kind of addiction - music for your body and mind. Emily Cole is a young pop star on the rise with a very promising future ahead. With songs like "Dead Feelings", Emily shows just how alive her music is.


About Emily Cole:

Emily Cole is a pop singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose immense talent has attracted top-level collaborators. Her self-titled debut album (October 2015) was produced by Eddie Ferguson who is known for his work managing music projects alongside Matthew Knowles (father of Beyoncé) and Max Gousse (Def Jam Records). Emily's single “Over” was produced in New York City by members of The Elev3n and Hip-Hop artist, Kinetics. Her hit song “Two-Faced” was a collaboration with Jenn Rykert. Off the hot new compilation album That Summer, Vol. Two, by Various Artists, Emily's song "Dead Feelings" (also produced by Ferguson) has all the makings of a hit.

For more information about Emily Cole, please visit her website.

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