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Review: "Dancing Alone" - Emma See

Beginning with an almost ominous-sounding synth, "Dancing Alone" by Emma See is an enjoyable dreamy-pop song. Emma's soft and wispy vocals immediately relax the listener. This track takes you through an array of emotions, doing it perfectly. Starting with loneliness and longing but evolving into realizing that maybe you'd rather be without the person. I am in love with this song. The production and vocals hook me, and I'm sure every other listener. The design of the chorus is addicting to listen to, coupled with the tranquil instrumental, which makes this track impossible to not like if you are a fan of pop. This is a song you would hear playing in a club and quickly pull up the Shazam app on your phone, desperately hoping the chattering around you doesn't disrupt the app too much so you can find this song.

If you like artists like Ellie Goulding, Troyve Sivan, or Melanie Martinez, you are going to love "Dancing Alone" by Emma See. Dancing alone is a song for people who are finding themselves. After leaving someone you were involved with, you realize that it is time for self-discovery and independence instead of searching for new love. Emma See describes her previous love as a "love placebo that was born to die," letting the listener know that this was a feeble attempt at love in the first place. The songwriting on this track is incredibly unique; there's a tangible style that you can pick up on. It reminds me a lot of the indie artist Clairo.

Emma See is a London-based up-and-coming pop artist. The most streamed song she's in has an impressive 8,000 streams. Originally from Denmark, the young Danish artist has been featured on several albums where she co-wrote and sang. She's an active user of Instagram, promoting her music and live performances often. Emma has released three other singles on her Spotify account, dating back to 2019. She posts covers on her TikTok account, along with videos of her performing live.

Written By Emma Kimberli



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