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Emily Burns shares her take on loneliness, 'My Town'

It's a cut from an upcoming EP, coming this autumn via Island Records.
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Published: 11:04 am, September 13, 2019
Emily Burns shares her take on loneliness, 'My Town'

Emily Burns has share a new single called 'My Town'.

It's a cut from an upcoming EP, coming this autumn via Island Records, and precedes her winter headline tour.

“Whenever I tell people I’m from Rugby, the most common response is 'Oh I pass through it on the train',” explains Emily. “9/10 times, people have heard of Rugby and may have stopped at the train station, but it isn’t really a place people go to visit or stay in.

"‘My Town’ is a song about just that… people coming and going but never staying. It’s a metaphor for loneliness. It’s more than just about Rugby town, it’s about my life and my heart.”

Check out 'My Town' below, and catch Emily on tour from 12th November.

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