Canadian songbird and instigator of a unique folk and electro blend, Emily Jean Flack is back with her newest single release Tread Softly.
Following the release of single Another Year Gone By and precedent to her forthcoming debut EP release Throwing Shapes later this year, Tread Softly is a heartfelt song that speaks of the pain that comes with unrequited love. A real and raw ballad that is a credit to her passion for traditional Irish music, Emily’s crisp and delicate vocals alongside a blissful blend of piano and string arrangements, gives the song an undeniable radiation of purity.
Produced in Belfast by Pete Wallace and mixed by three-time Grammy Award winning producer/mixer David Bottrill, her Throwing Shapes features guest performances by true stars in the firmament of Irish folk music, whistle and flute player Brian Finnegan from the band Flook and guitarist Marty Barry.
Mixing the old with the new, Emily’s genre spanning music is fueled by mellow, electro beats whilst also maintaining pure folk melodies and lyrical depth that resonates the sentiments of artists like Birdy and Bon Iver.