Sweet. Psychedelic. Stuck in your head.
Sound familiar? That’s how we started off our last check-in on electro-pop savant Emily Blue, wherein MWA head honcho Alyssa Welch encouraged you to check out the lysergic bubble gum of “Rico Acid.” On that track, the former Tara Terra frontwoman combined melting synths, staccato rhythms and her stunning vocals to craft a dubiously seductive track exploring temptation, impulse and monogamy. Examining relationship dynamics and gender politics through catchy pop songs has become a trademark of Blue’s, and she delivers another sizzler in the same vein with her most recent single, “Cellophane.”
“Cellophane” is the first track from Emily Blue’s forthcoming EP, *69. If you’re looking to tunes you can move to that also carry a message worth spreading, you’ll want to snag a copy when it drops.