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Woman Crush Wednesday featuring new music by Emily Jackson, Luna Shadows, Carys, Maude Latour, and Emily Rose Keating,

Emily Jackson ” End Of The Earth “

Channeling her best 80s pop star, New York-based singer-songwriter Emily Jackson has released new single Ends Of The Earth, which is the title track to her forthcoming EP due out early 2020. The catchy song is lead by Jackson’s soaring vocals, a pounding bassline, and sparkling synths.

Luna Shadows ” practice “

Once a touring member of The Naked and Famous Luna Shadows wanted to express her music on her own terms and her newest single practice begins with a reminder to check your mentions before descending into wistful, clear-sighted ruminations on love and loss. Layer soaring vocals and ambient background of music that gently picks up make this a song for any playlist.

Carys ” Princesses Don’t Cry “

Carys has just released the visuals for her hit single Princesses Don’t Cry a song that has gathered 850k video usages on TikTok, amassing over 17 million views. Dark, moody and empowering the new video gives the watcher hope for moving on.

Maude Latour ” Lovesick “

19-year-old Maude Latour has built her cult following on her messages of empowerment and by talking to her fans, who are mostly young and female, on her Instagram letting them know it is ok to be vocal and true to themselves ( which really is the spirit of Woman Crushing Wednesdays and every other day ) Her new single Lovesick is taken from her Starstruck EP, and deals with the anguish of heartache and is inspired by ancient Greek Poetry. Maude, you go girl we are loving your style.

Emily Rose Keating ” Daddy “

Born and raised New Yorker Emily Rose Keating has a voice that is to be reckoned with, reminding us of a young Alanis Morrisette, with a range that is the highlight of her new single Daddy, a heartfelt tale of forgiveness and love. Not only is Emily a gifted singer, but she also writes and produces her music. Keep your eyes on her, we think she has a long career ahead of her.

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You can usually find me traveling, queuing, or at barricade for a band. I am most likely doing all three things in a day. If I'm not at a concert you can also find me digging through crates for that coveted black disc of vinyl.

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