Jamie Scott – Emily

Here is Jamie Scott with Emily. A voice with sensual intonations that slides on guitar riffs and tumults of soft percussions. As in weightlessness, its arpeggios unfold a graceful rhythm with distant vaporous echoes. Distilling folk-sounding curls touch hearts with this delicate song. Like memories in melody, Jamie reveals the poetry of tender beauty, His voice is a piece of art, it’s pure and rich, and his performance is very professional which shows how talented he is. With graceful refrains and light pulsations, Jamie weaves a story with irresistible movements. If you are looking for a little break for an enchanted escape, dive into Emily and let yourself be carried away.

Jamie Scott, born on 12 February 1984, is a British singer, songwriter, and producer. Scott has had multiple incarnations as a performing artist. In 2007 he released “Park Bench Theories” (Polydor) with Jamie Scott & The Town. 2010 saw the beginning of his collaboration with producer TommyD on Graffiti6; the duo released ‘Colours’, “The Bridge” and the hit US single “Free” (Capitol). Scott then returned to his solo act with 2014’s “My Hurricane” (Virgin), and most recently he co-wrote and featured on Martin Garrix & David Guetta’s “So Far Away’ (STMPD, 2017).

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