Emma Anglesey

Emma Anglesey is an artist, musician and songwriter based in Launceston, Tasmania.

Biography

Emma Anglesey is an artist, musician and songwriter based in Launceston, Tasmania.

Her debut single ‘Bike’ saw her become a Triple J Unearthed Spotlight Artist. Following this, her song ‘Mary-Anne’ received great write-ups in Rolling Stone Magazine and Tone Deaf. Her latest release ‘Swells My Heart’ was The AU Review’s Single of the Day: “Anglesey has charmed once more with this single, blending gorgeous melodies with an almost hypnotic and meditative arrangement that hooks you in from the jump”.

Anglesey is known for the hypnotic nature of her dark pop music that “flourishes in its delicacy but is punctured with grit” (Rolling Stone Australia). Her songs have been played by Double J and ABC Radio, used by Triple J to advertise Unearthed, and feature on ABC and BBC TV.  Anglesey has showcased at Australia’s SXSW, BIGSOUND, and she’s played Woodford Folk Festival, A Festival Called Panama, Falls Festival, Party in the Paddock, Dark Mofo and Mona Foma, and toured with Guy Pearce and The Waifs.  

As well writing and performing her own original music, Anglesey plays percussion and beats for up-and-coming pop artist Medhanit and is one half of folk-pop duo Runaway Belles with Tash Parker. She is also collaborating with Goods to develop and present Serena.

Contact

Producer
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