Emily West To Release New EP ‘Symphonies’ This Summer

Emily West is releasing a new collection of songs, Symphonies, on Aug. 18. West says the album resembles “a dark Disney record.” The project, which was produced by co-writer Daniel Tashian, showcases both her powerful vocals and ability to interpret the nuances of a heart-tugging, torch-singer’s ballad.

The project, described as modern-day noir pop, includes tunes like the James Bond-inspired “Heaven and Back,” the vulnerable “Don’t Ever Go to Paris (When You’re Lonely),” and the title track, which she calls “a fairytale for the broken hearted sung in the lightest of pinks.”

Symphonies is being released independently, with Tone Tree Music handling distribution for the project.

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