Emmy Law is an independent pop/folk artist from Atlanta, Georgia who sings, plays piano, guitar, and the ukulele. YES. She does it all! Starting music at a young age really has its perks.
Since moving to Atlanta in 2016, Emmy made it to the final round in three of Atlanta’s top open mic competitions: Eddie’s Attic, Red Clay Theater, and the Tin Roof Acoustic Showdown.
After making it so far in those competitions, it’s clear that Emmy is a talented human being. Influenced by artists like Ingrid Michaelson, Sara Bareilles, and Christina Perri, Emmy ended up recording an EP called Fairyland.
View this post on Instagram
UPDATE: Sometimes doors close gently and other times they slam shut. Guys, the fall tour is off. Was I sad when I got this news? YES. Some things happened that were completely out of my control…and here I am. My Fairyland album is still being put on the Orchard, and I still dig this album, but I’m moving forward now with recording new music very soon. I have total peace in getting this music out…so looks like that will just be happening sooner than expected. To all my musician friends on here…KEEP DOING WHAT YOU’RE DOING! You inspire me. We all have bumps in the road. Let’s keep writing and praying through our decisions. Love to you all.
Her music video for the first single off of the Fairyland EP, “Fairyland”, was actually shot with a vintage camera calling back to her late memory of her idealized relationship.
With lyrics like, “Take a picture and save it,” and “Give me something to hold / Give me something to cherish,” the music video shows Emmy’s relationship slowly going south. But as the video ends, the camera is still rolling, leaving the couple’s fate up to the viewer. After watching the video, what do you think their fate will be?
You can buy “Fairyland” on iTunes right HERE.
Check out Emmy’s music video for “Fairyland” below:
Connect with Emmy Law: