Empara Mi has a visceral sense of creativity.
When the avant pop aesthete makes a decision, she goes for it, this unrelenting display of melodic songwriting.
New mini-album 'Suitcase Full Of Sins' arrives shortly, a full-blooded return that pushes her music into fresh arenas.
Out on February 21st, new single 'WYGD' is the latest offering from the project, and it's a bruising return.
Completely direct in its display of ruthless pop energy, the song is about raw determination, the urge to keep coming back.
The no-holds-barred video is an intense and graphic thriller with Empara Mi subjected to shocking violence.
We're able to showcase the video, and it's a bruised, bloody affair.
"I wanted the video to be a metaphor for the saying ‘knock me down nine times, but I get up ten’. We wanted to be relatively method with it because we wanted it to feel real and a bit shocking so people could feel the sentiment of the song, which is of both fear and strength."
"The strength in this video comes from knowing you can survive anything that is thrown at you, that’s what I want to leave people with, a little bit of hope."
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