Annie Woodward is a grunge folk-rocker born and raised in Scandinavia who originally set out to write lyrics for other bands. Through her projects in theater Annie found her own voice in music and has been performing ever since.
She has played two independent tours, one European and one in Northern America. Annie spent most of 2014 couchsurfing and taking trains and buses across the US playing shows and making her first album.
Following its debut last summer, ‘Something Beautiful’, the captivating debut single from emerging Folk/Soul artist emaé has been championed and supported by BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio, MTV Wrap Up, SoulBounce, Urban Development and BMF Japan, just to mention a few. Now the Scottish-born singer-songwriter is proud to debut its long awaited music video, as premiered on VEVO.
Directed by Lee Jones (Jessie J, Tinie Tempah, Rita Ora), and filmed at the historic Ragged School Museum in London’s East End, the visuals for ‘Something Beautiful’ speak directly to the original theme of the single itself – unapologetic love, while adding on new thematic layers of childhood, music and innocence, stemming from emaé’s love of music and the way she wants to translate that into a relational, human connection.