. . . is a rare flavor of pop. Glitchy, sophisticated, and infectiously catchy, the Chicago vocalist and writer draws inspiration from Maggie Rogers, FKA Twigs, and Sylvan Esso. Her most recent release, nicknamed #BubbleGumAcidPop, features the dual-single "Blackberries // Rico Acid," which gives a small but powerful preview of Blue’s (and producer Max Perenchio's) capabilities. Her love of quirk and color expand into the new visual for "Rico Acid," which premiered July 21 via ELEVATOR magazine. Look out for a very packed 2017 for Blue, whose musical direction may lean into even stranger territory.


Video Premiere - Emily Blue: "Rico Acid" - ELEVATOR

Premiere - Emily Blue: #BubbleGumAcidPop - These Days News

Featured Artist: Emily Blue, #BubbleGumAcidPop preview - Artist Collect


Emily Blue: Singing to Combat Rape Culture And Gendered Violence - Huffington Post

The Scene with Emily Blue: 'Another Angry Woman" - NPR Illinois

Emily Blue is intense, authentic - Chicago Tribune

Premiere: Finding Strength in Emily Blue's "No Pain" - Atwood Magazine

Another Angry Woman: An Interview with Emily Blue - Smile Politely

A Conversation with Emily Blue of Tara Terra  - Hooligan Magazine

Emily Blue Finds Strength in Going Solo on New Album - Buzz Magazine