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EMA is hosting her own show on RMBA Radio! First episode airs tonight - be sure to tune in!

EMA is hosting her own show on RMBA Radio! First episode airs tonight - be sure to tune in!



As you may have heard, the almighty EMA scored Tara Subkoff’s new teen thriller ?#?HORROR?, starring Chloë Sevigny & Natasha Lyonne, and the soundtrack is available digitally from today via iTunes or from your favourite streaming service.

To celebrate, FACT Magazine just premiered a visually stunning new video for lead track ‘Amnesia Haze’ - watch it at the link below.

The film also features multiple works from high-profile fine artists such as Urs Fischer, Dan Colen and Tabor Robak. Subkoff got in touch with EMA after a tip from her husband Fischer, who was a fan.

The video for 'Amnesia Haze' is a collaboration between EMA and Severiano Martinez, who also co-directed the '3jane' video. Speaking about the video, EMA went on to say…

"We were looking for a track to fit in a scene for #HORROR where Chloe's character opens up her closet for all the girls to play dress up. Severiano had this instrument and I fell in love with it and wrote the top line.

Although it has a very "pretty" ethereal pop sound to it, I think of the lyrics as almost a eulogy. Kind of my 21st century version of 'Sweet Child of Mine'. Although of course my guitar solo is not quite Slash-worthy.

For the video we wanted something expansive, pristine and vast. I feel like these landscapes represent the distance of memory and some sort of unbreakable bond."



Our girl EMA has composed an original score for forthcoming movie ?#?HORROR?, starring Chloë Sevigny & Natasha Lyonne!

The full score will be released digitally on December 11th, but you can listen to the excellent first track ‘"Amnesia Haze" here:

 

Our girl EMA has composed an original score for forthcoming movie ?#?HORROR?, starring Chloë Sevigny & Natasha Lyonne!

The full score will be released digitally on December 11th, but you can listen to the excellent first track ‘"Amnesia Haze" here: