Hop back into some local music with the new feel-good track from singer-songwriter Tanaya Harper.
Emma comes off the back of Harper’s Slow Motion Breakup EP earlier this year and is another addition to her discography in the form of another catchy tune, with inspiration from ‘90s indie rock.
In a combination of pop and edge, the song draws you in with pristine vocals, crunchy guitar chords and playful drums.
It’s the kind of music fans of Ali Barter and Siobhan Cotchin will dig – candid lyricism with a punch, and a splash of indie rock instrumentals. Not to mention, a catchy chorus that’ll get your feet stomping.
Harper will be playing some shows around the state to celebrate Emma’s release. After her most recent show at The Bird on Friday November 20, she’ll be hitting up the South West for a few shows in December.
The scheduled gigs are December 12 at The Firestation in Busselton, and December 18 at Six Degrees in Albany. And if you can’t make it to any of the shows, Emma’s always available for a listen via the link below.