Emma Cook Releasing New Album, Followed by Kingston Show

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Singer Emma Cook

Following the release of Emma Cook’s 4th album next week, the singer will be coming to Café Musiikki in Kingston on February 17.  Learn more about Emma and check out her video for “I Will Stay” in the following release:

Toronto-based indie songstress, Emma Cook, is thrilled to announce the release of her fourth album, Living Proof, which is set for release on February 2, 2018.

The record is a 10-song collection of powerful tracks, including the heartfelt lead single, I Will Stay – which has seen over 3.5k streams on Spotify in the few weeks since its release.

Have a look at the video here to catch a glimpse of what is to come on the record

Produced and mixed by Dean Drouillard (Royal Wood), the album was recorded at Lincoln County Social Club and sees Emma’s evolution from her folk roots, into an edgier pop sensibility. Her stunning vocals are showcased beautifully over synths and melodic indie-pop styles.

“Living Proof explores what it means to be human, and particularly how we deal with loss, both of the selves we thought we knew and of those we love,” Emma explains. “This album was born out of a very challenging time in my life, after a bad head injury left me in a dark place, not knowing if or when I would recover. I wrote the whole album on piano, so it’s very different from my previous music, and definitely has more of a pop sensibility. Ultimately, Living Proof is an album of hope, and the drive we have to survive. I think the songs are accessible to everyone, as the themes really touch on what it means to be human.”

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After a three-year battle with Post-Concussive Syndrome caused by a serious head injury, Emma drew 2016 to a close with the release of her third album, Same Old Song. The album debuted at #3 on the folk charts in Edmonton and landed Emma a sync licensing deal with Community Tree Music in Vancouver.

Earlier that year, Emma had also begun writing new songs, building the foundation for what would become Living Proof – the first single of which would help her reach the second round of CBC’s Searchlight competition.

Emma Cook will be preforming at Café Musiikki at 73 Brock Street on February 2nd. Be sure to also check out her website and Youtube channel.


How Beautiful You Are
I Don’t Want To Wait ‘Til It’s Over
Nothing On You
Is It Too Late For Us My Friend
How To Love Forever
I Will Stay
Your Last Ride
Living Proof
Please Come Home
No Choice At All


February 16 – Picton, ON – Acoustic Grill
February 17 – Kingston, ON – Café Musiikki
February 24 – Collingwood, ON – Crow Bar & Variety
March 3 – Toronto, ON – Burdock
March 4 – St. Catharines, ON – Mahtay Café
March 7 – Hamilton, ON – Mulburry Coffee House
April 19 – Prince George, BC – Nancy O’s
April 20 – Quesnel, BC – Pen-Y-Bryn Farm
April 26 – Port Moody, BC – Songstage at Gallery Bistro
May 5 – Red Deer, AB – Woodlea House Concert

*more dates to be announced soon

Release source: Indoor Recess Public Relations Inc.