Multi-talented singer-songwriter Emily Warren is back with another incredible track called ‘Poking Holes’.
Co-written by Scott Harris and produced by Nick Ruth, ‘Poking Holes’ was released today and once again showcases Emily’s phenomenal songwriting skills. Laced with a hypnotic beat, the poignant track discusses a relationship which is slowly breaking down thanks to the same mistakes being made by a partner over and over again. Although Emily knows that the partner’s heart is in the right place, the issues must be brought up and tackled head on in order for the relationship to fully work.
So don’t blame the liquor
For the things you say that you don’t mean
The small things, get bigger
You’re poking holes in you and me
Once again, Emily has delivered a lyrically powerful offering, and the emotion of the song is clear to hear in her dulcet tones. Take a listen to ‘Poking Holes’ below.
In addition to making huge waves with her solo material, Emily continues to be a highly sought after vocalist and songwriter in the industry. She recently featured on filous‘ ‘Already Gone’, taken from his newly released EP For Love. Speaking about working with Emily, filous told Billboard “The few days I spent with [Emily] in the studio were some of the most inspiring times I had making music.”
As for Emily’s songwriting, she has stunned the music industry with her talent after having a hand in writing some of the year’s biggest hits. She was involved with writing Dua Lipa’s ‘New Rules’, which propelled Dua to even dizzier heights across the globe. She also co-wrote Charli XCX’s ‘Boys’, Little Mix’s ‘No More Sad Songs’, in addition to a string of songs from The Chainsmokers’ debut album Memories… Do Not Open. All these songs, among many others, prove that Emily Warren is a force to be reckoned with, and we can’t wait to see what she does next.
‘Poking Holes’ is available now.
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