Emilia Glaser’s debut EP, In The Trees, is a soulful combination of lyrical depth and musical breadth in the folk genre. It is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and other popular digital distribution outlets. Physical copies are available from CD Baby and the artist directly.
“This EP is a must listen for music lovers of all genres. Organic, honest and overflowing with soul it’s crystal clear to see this young woman possesses a special gift.” (Wordkraft, 05/19/15)
About Emilia: Emilia has been compared to artists Norah Jones, Natalie Merchant and Joni Mitchell, but at the age of 19, has cultivated a sound that is all her own. She continues to work with In The Trees producer Jay Pinto of Nervesauce Music on new songs; her singles “Hollow” and “Stone” were released in Spring 2016.
Her music has been featured in The Bold and The Beautiful on CBS, as well as Rizzoli and Isles on TNT. She performs regularly in the greater Seattle area, and was featured in an artist showcase in Burbank, CA, co-sponsored by Heavy Hitters Music and Nervesauce Music in the summer of 2016.
Album: In The Trees
Release Date: May, 2015
Genre: Indie-Folk/pop, Singer/Songwriter
Sounds like: Norah Jones, Joni Mitchell, Natalie Merchant
Digital Distribution: iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Pandora, etc.
Physical Distribution: Amazon, CD Baby
For PR inquiries, please contact the artist.
In a year where I’ve been lucky to have heard some amazing music, [“Hollow”] may be one of the best songs I’ve heard this year.
— Victor Alfieri, WORDKRAPHT
Themes and moods…still far from those of a teenager, despite endemic underlying melancholy, are treated with poetic lightness and evenly translated into electrical lively uptempo “I’m Going Down.”
— Raffaelo Russo, Music Won’t Save You (translated from Italian)
I’m writing this morning to tell you how impressed I was by your EP. It sounds sincere and honest. Well done, and I am very excited to hear more from you.
— Anthony Heatherly, Music Director – KBVR
This folk songstress will bring to mind other powerful women musicians that may have been present during the Lilith Fair era. Each track featured on the album is filled with beautiful melancholy and listeners will have no choice but fall under her spell. Vocally, Glaser has no problem soaring the scales with tremendous restraint and power at the same time. Take a listen to “The Falls” and you’ll see exactly what I’m talking about. Her voice floats and dances between angelic soprano to a soulful alto without skipping a beat. She is in complete control.
Lyrically, In The Trees is overwhelmingly somber. Glaser sings of loss, desire and wanting to be free. Poetry set to music, the sophistication of her execution puts her in a class of her own.
— Kerriann Curtis WORDKRAPHT