Emma Torrison is a 18 year-old singer/songwriter, pop artist and creative mastermind behind the rising solo recording project Emmrose. Torrison can trace the origins of her professional music career to when she wrote her first song in math class about four years ago.
Since then, Torrison has gone on to release 13 singles. along with a her critically applauded debut EP Hopeless Romantics, all of which have helped her establish a sound and approach that has been described by some as a mesh between Adele and Florence and the Machine and a bit of classic, minimalist pop and progressive pop.
Currently, the young and rising pop artist is attending college here in NYC while working on material for her sophomore EP — and she’s working a small collection of t-shirts, bags and clothing with a team of young fashion design students.
Torrison’s latest single “Run” is a hook-driven and accessible electro pop banger centered around skittering and blown out tweeter and woofer rattling beats, sinuous bass lines, glistening synth arpeggios and the young pop artist’s remarkably self-assured vocal delivery. But the song is underpinned by an encouraging and anthemic message of empowerment to those, who desperately need to leave a toxic, dysfunctional and abusive relationship.
“‘Run’ was such a powerful song to write… I wanted to create a breakup anthem for anyone who has been or is currently in an abusive relationship,” Torrison explains. “I wanted it to be an inspiration.”