Guernsey-born singer and songwriter Empara Mi delivers her new indie-pop testimony "Shout," taken from the forthcoming mini-album "Suitcase Full Of Sins" that launches today. Steeped in confidence and bold confrontation, Empara Mi gets straight to the point with a theatrical affect and personal intensity that sizzles with emotion, and brings to mind the raw power of Florence + The Machine.
Empara Mi constructs her unique flavor of Avant-Garde pop with equal parts fierce independence and dark, spiritual gravitas. "Shout" resonates with a cathartic acceptance of how love can and does go wrong, while finding solace in the redemptive pain of heartbreak. Empara is a multi-disciplinary artist that joins her background in dance with a love of fashion and the visual arts, along with a slight obsession with the work of Quentin Tarantino. She unites pop, hip-hop and R&B with a striking visual aesthetic, and funnels the fractured states of her mind into a state of honest self-reflection.
And what if I said that I'm not scared to hurt you?
It feels like heartaches and drum breaks is beating us down
Empara Mi's music is featured in five episodes of the latest series of Love Island. This song is featured on our Rainy Day playlist.
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