Emma Mould is a singer, songwriter, musician from Manchester UK.
An eclectic artist she plays mainly folk, folk rock, folk soul, gospel, blues, in her latest music releases.
Her debut album “Kites and Chasms” was released in September 2016, achieving local radio play and support by BBC introducing Manchester.
Staying busy playing mainly local in and around Manchester, Salford and Media City UK, with residencies whilst writing, recording and releasing music.
In January 2017 she was commissioned by a charity called "Press Red" to write a song as part of her social activism in raising awareness to end violence against women and girls.
Emma penned and titled the song “Press Red”, which was officially released on 25th November 2017 and reached number 112 the iTunes Alternative charts.
In April 2018 Emma was the selected BBC introducing artist of the week on The Georgey Spanswick show "Georgey tonight". They played a song off Emma’s Press Red EP every evening through the week followed by a live interview and set which was broadcast on all local BBC radio stations across the UK.
Emma released her second single “Bryan Glancy” April 19th 2018. Emma wrote and released this song to pay tribute to her late friend Bryan Glancy, Bryan had greatly encouraged her when she was younger to pursue writing and performing her songs in and around Manchester.
By September 2018 Emma took to the studio to record a classical acoustic version of the Press Red song with the “Epiphany string quartet” . Again the “acoustic version of Press Red” gained radio play on BBC radio Manchester with DJ Mike Shaft, as-well as Premier Radio London UCB Radio.
Emma’s 5 track EP "Press Red" was released on September 29th 2018.
Emma has meanwhile set up a not for profit called “Gate 54”.
Her vision is based on Isaiah 54, to see songs of hope, freedom, and to share the love of God through music and the arts. This is where she houses her creativity, music and her work with social activism.
Emma wrote the album “Exquisite” which is a series of love songs and spirituals, based around the subject of love letters between Eve and God.
It is an autobiographical collection of love/faith/spiritual songs, on the theme of Eve’s journey home from shame to redemption.
Many elements of the songs touch on the character of God in-between the lines of intimate love letters, which unravel the layers of shame off the woman, and emphasise the redemptive nature and irrevocable loyal love of God.
A series of singles followed by the album is set to be released in 2020.