Emily Brown is an independent singer-songwriter and recording artist. A native of Southern California, Brown has captured audiences worldwide with her versatile voice, intelligent songwriting, and charismatic personality.
Brown's career took off in 2009 when she moved to Provo, Utah, home of Joshua James, Neon Trees, and Fictionist. There she spent two years performing first solo and then as the keyboardist and backup vocalist in indie band Book on Tape Worm. In April 2011, she released her first solo album, This Goes With Us. It was released as a compilation of songs Brown wrote from the ages of 15-18 and was hailed by followers and reviews for its raw production, profound, simplistic lyrics, and riveting melodies.
In Fall 2011, Emily Brown moved to London for three months to study English and Art under the direction of professors John Bennion and Peter Everett. Much of the material for her newest album, Green Things, was further developed or written in her London apartment building. Green Things was produced by Chris Bennion of Red at Dusk and released July 7th, 2012.
In July 2012, Brown left the United States to serve a full-time service mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Eastern Russia. She will return to the United States in early 2014 to continue her musical career.
Press:On Saturday, April 9th, Emily released her first album, This Goes With Us (available on BandCamp and SoundCloud). Before the show, she was featured in Salt Lake City Weekly and in Velourís music newsletter, and afterwards, This Goes With Us was reviewed on Provo Music Guide.
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