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The Ocean Party, Gabriella Cohen, Dan Kelly, Oh Mercy, Camp Cope
Sounds Of Our City (2012)
You Changed Me (2014)
In A New State (2016)
Emma Russack is an Australian singer and songwriter who grew up in Narooma, New South Wales, where she graduated from high school in 2005. She currently lives in Melbourne.
In 2004, when she was 16, she won the contest "Fresh Air" of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for young talents with her song Used to this. By 2008, she was already known on YouTube, where she had posted eight covers, as well as two songs of her own, playing the guitar. For some time (2007 and 2008) she took on the artistic name Lola Flash, while being the singer of a band of the same name. The group members were Jake Phillips (bass), Alec Marshall (guitar), Paul Mc Lean (drums) and Kate Delahunty (violin). The single Psycho, published in 2009, is from that period. She spent a year travelling around in South America. In 2010, the EP Peasants was published, and in 2012 her first album, Sounds of our city, including ten songs, was published. Articles about her have appeared in the German and Australian editions of Rolling Stone and in the Australian magazine Frankie.
If You Could See Me NowIn a New State · 2016Emma Russack Wikipedia
My Own FriendIn a New State · 2016
He Was My FamilySounds of Our City · 2012