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"immaculate songwriting". - The Line Of Best Fit


Swedish songwriter Emma Elisabeth is here to prove that pop doesn't have to sound like a jukebox musical- and that's a good thing. - EARMILK

"Diverse and clever Post-Rock-Pop of a cosmopolitan" - Rolling Stone Magazine (Aug' 19 print ed.)

"Irresistibly catchy, "Soul Traveller" has all the makings of a great pop song. But it's also got a driving, groovy that characterize most R&B of the day. Her vocal morphs from rock to pop to soul: smooth, undeniably sexy and blatantly refusing to be pigeonholed." - EARMILK


"Unfurling with a gentle jangle, the crisp, Spring-fresh songwriting can't fail to get  under your skin.” - CLASH

"När tungsinnet är som mest påtagligt – den spartanskt arrade ”Into the blue” är ett bra exempel – påminner hon om en ung PJ Harvey, men hon har en lätt touch i allt hon ger ifrån sig." - Sydsvenskan (SWE)

"charmant-kratzigen Indierock auf den Spuren von Angel Olsen oder Patti Smith" - Tonspion



"Somewhere between The Bangles, Patti Smith and Nots” - Cute and Dangerous

"Swedish-raised, Berlin-based musician Emma Elisabeth is destined to be your next obsession. Driven and witty, Emma gives us a taste of what Penny Lane from Almost Famous music would sound like." - indieberlin

"Her brand of music clearly nods to classics in the past without sounding dated. Case in point: “Soul Traveller”, the first single of her upcoming full-length album, which starts with bluesy vibe before it evolves into a modern, multi-layered pop song.” - Glam Glare

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