“Exquisite” Emma Mould release and album launch set for Manchester Cathedral

Brought to you by The Zebra Partnership in aid of not for profit organisation Gate 54, Manchester’s soulful folk singer-songwriter Emma Mould launches her new album “Exquisite” at Manchester Cathedral for an intimate night of live music by candlelight, with support from guest artists Rachel McFarlane and Jon Coley. Opening the night will be the Lord Mayor and Mayoress of Manchester.

Emma’s album is a compilation of songs written to challenge the listener’s ideas of love, be the forgotten voice of women, and share Emma’s story. Emma has used the controversial character from Genesis ‘Eve’s’ journey from the fall out in the Garden to redemption.

Produced by Manchester-based Dan Stirling, the album is a guitar driven folk-meets-soft rock-meets-soul production which takes the listener on an emotional rollercoaster from start to end. Emma’s songwriting prowess really shines through as she tells a story of loyal and unrelenting love in a poetic yet powerful way.

Often compared to the likes of Adele and Tracey Chapman, Emma Mould has been singing professionally since 2015 and has never looked back since releasing debut album ‘Kites and Chasms, and ‘Press Red’ EP in 2018. She has since played at various venues across the city and has contributed on BBC Radio, as well her single ‘Journey Home’ peaking No. 1 in the UK Christian Charts.

Emma’s album”Exquisite” will be available to download and stream on all major outlets including Spotify, iTunes, Google Play and others on January 21st, 2022.

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