Emmit Fenn makes a spellbinding debut with new album 'Far From Here.' The long-awaited project is a place of refuge in a time where many of us have wanted to go "Far From Here." Each song on the 10-track album holds an enchanting message wrapped in sparkling piano leads, airy synths, and haunting vocals.
"The main theme of this album is finding hope in vulnerability. With this album, I wanted to be completely open about my past on a very intimate level and show how I've grown from it," says Emmit. "The title of the album 'Far From Here' refers to the place that we want to escape to when we feel hopeless and that is what I wish for the album to be for the listener; a place in which they can escape to when they feel like they have nowhere else to go."
Alongside the album, the virtuoso also announces his first NFT collection drop on crypto.com. The collection features 11 coloUrful art pieces based on his original album art by French artist Bertrand Fournier.
"I always loved the idea of taking artwork apart, looking at it in a different way, and then turning it into something new and unexpected. The visual art of every project I do has always been important to me and having the fans be a part of it and actually own it just makes it that much more special to me. The space is fascinating and moving quickly so I'm excited to launch my debut collection and explore ways to continue to build in the community." - Emmit Fenn
Alongside each of his singles leading up to his debut album, Emmit kept connected with friends and fans through sharing exclusive content and new music via Discord and Community. Emmit has also proven to be an inspiring figure in his community since the beginning of quarantine, generously orchestrating personal gift-giving to his fans and even planning a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a select group to attend an exclusive listening party for his album 2,000 feet in the air in a hot air balloon.
The independent artist is one of the few collaborators to have worked alongside pop phenomenon Billie Eilish, co-writing and co-producing her "bitches broken hearts" in 2017. Emmit has also produced for the likes of Lolo Zouai, Yuna, Australian artist Ry X, Shallou and Vic Mensa and scored the TV show Five Points for Mary Ramos (Quentin Tarantino's music supervisor). To date, Emmit has also garnered over 160 million streams across platforms. His single 'Until We Leave The Ground,' of his debut 10-track Album 'Far From Here,' debuted on Netflix's soundtrack for the young-adult film, To All The Boys: Always and Forever (Feb 12).