Wednesday, 03 February 2016 22:55

Emilie de Paula releases several new demos

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Today, SoundCloud launched a new feature on its mobile apps called Stations. Stations allows users to create a radio station from any tracks on the service.

But wait. Before you dive into their endless stream of new music, one of the artists we hope you discover is Swedish singer Emilie de Paula.

We recently wrote about a new and powerful vocalist who’s currently working on her debut EP. She’s now released several demos on one of our favourite music platforms.

Emilies’ vocals remind us of the American singer-songwriter Anastacia - distinct, strong and soulful. The tracks are still raw in production, but the standout song for us is ‘Stone’, which demonstrates her voice beautifully.

Listen out for Emilie. This young lady is only just beginning.

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