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Pop newcomer Emily Burns has released her new EP, ‘PDA’

Catch Emily at Barn on the Farm, Standon Calling and Deer Shed this summer.
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Published: 10:43 pm, June 19, 2019
Pop newcomer Emily Burns has released her new EP, ‘PDA’

Pop newcomer Emily Burns has released her new EP, ‘PDA’.

The release features her recent singles ‘Too Cool’ and ‘Damn Good Liar’, as well as new songs ‘PDA’ and ‘Ahead of Yourself’ - check it out in full below.

"You know when you're with someone who is just too calm and collected about everything?” she says of the EP’s lead single, ‘Too Cool’. “They just agree with you constantly, even when you're wrong. They are so wonderful in every way that it's actually infuriating. That's what I wrote 'Too Cool' about.”

Catch Emily at Barn on the Farm, Standon Calling and Deer Shed this summer.

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