Extremely excited to finally be sending over 'Ordinary Life', the brand new single from Bristol-based indie noir-pop artist Emily Breeze, released today via Sugar Shack Records.

Dripping with brit-goth nostalgia and sad-pop synth lines, Ordinary Life is "a reflection on a gloriously misspent youth and a celebration of the magic, misery, miracles and monotony that are sewn into the fabric of everyday existence where you are the hero of your own mythic quest.

“It’s a quest that involves biblical first loves and tragic one night stands, epic all nighters and the quiet desperation that follows as your dreams disperse like the fronds of a dandelion clock in the cold morning air. You blink, two decades have passed and you become the thing you always despised, a three dimensional, functional adult with reasonable expectations", explains Emily.

Ordinary Life, which has already been championed by BBC Radio 6 and Radio X, is the opening track to Emily's third solo album Rapture, due for release February 2023, which she described as "A collection of coming-of (middle) age stories which celebrate flamboyant failure, excess and acceptance", recorded and produced at the legendary Rockfield Studios by Stew Jackson (Massive Attack) and mastered by Pete Maher (Pixies, Jack White, The Rolling Stones).

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