Emmit Fenn’s long awaited debut album is here. Far From Here holds an enchanting message wrapped in sparkling piano leads, airy synths, and haunting vocals.
The combination of incredible vocals and the pleasant and emotive production is perfect. Emmit Fenn delivers his best work yet with Far From Here. There really is nothing to fault as Emmit puts a focus on his amazing melody work and sound design.
“The main theme of this album is finding hope in vulnerability. With this album, I wanted to be completely open about my past on a very intimate level and show how I’ve grown from it,” says Emmit. “The title of the album ‘Far From Here’ refers to the place that we want to escape to when we feel hopeless and that is what I wish for the album to be for the listener; a place in which they can escape to when they feel like they have nowhere else to go.”
The independent artist is one of the few collaborators to have worked alongside pop phenomenon Billie Eilish, co-writing and co-producing her “bitches broken hearts” in 2017. Emmit has also produced for the likes of Lolo Zouai, Yuna, Australian artist Ry X, Shallou and Vic Mensa and scored the TV show Five Points for Mary Ramos (Quentin Tarantino’s music supervisor). To date, Emmit has also garnered over 160 million streams across platforms.