By H Writes

Ahead of the release of her debut EP, Emilia Tarrant delivers its title track Honeymoon Phase today. Following up from the subtle delights If You Want Love and Black & White back in 2019, Tarrant has earned hundreds of thousands of streams with her self-penned, vocal sounds. She shares:  “Songwriting is like writing a diary for me; each song comes from the heart and is a way for me to escape the daily stresses of life.” 

This latest record is buttery smooth and was recorded with the help of Luke Potashnick. With heart-stoppingly beautiful string and pianos, the result is incredibly textured and full of intricate layers. She says: Honeymoon Phase is based on the stereotypical fairy-tale beginning that most new relationships endure, and surviving the end of it. It covers the ebbs and flows of a new relationship, the choice we face whether it’s worth fighting for, as well as the inevitable cyclical argumentative stage: ‘we fight, we cry, we hug, we fight again.”

Listen to the stream below. 


Photo by Indy Brewer