is a Brooklyn band, born under the dull lights and smoky haze of a cabaret theater. No surprise then that the group dabbles in the dramatic on their new single, "Easy Remix". Diving into the song a bit, vocalist Emily Nicholas sings of finding a safe haven in the world...her voice rising from a lilt to an over powering presence at times. On its 6 minute journey from sparse pizzicato and a muted heartbeat pulse to more theatrical orchestration, an obvious unease pulls on the seams of the song. When Nicholas longs to "shelter our lives for the worst change in weather", you get the feeling that it's a dream that won't be realized. For the cinematic visuals of a music video we're happy to be premiering on the site today the band floods a tale of a man and his son in a dangerous landscape with a similar sense of doom.
Emily Danger Is A Dark Cabaret Rock Band From Brooklyn. The Band Consists Of Emily Nicholas (Vocals, Piano, Guitar), Ryan Nearhoff (Vocals, Drums, Guitar, Bass), And Cameron Orr (Violin, Melodica, Synth). They Combine Haunting Melodies And Vulnerable Lyrics With Orchestral, Heavy, And Often Dissonant Arrangements. Their Debut EP, "Paintings", Was Released In 2012 To Critical Acclaim.