Pem - cloud work - 12" EP

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26/07/2024
FSR016
Fascination Street Records

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    Artist: Pem
    Label: Fascination Street Records
    Version Description: Black vinyl
    Sound Carrier: 12"
    Barcode: 5057998745937

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    Pem today releases her new EP, cloud work, out today on Fascination Street Records. The EP is produced by the acclaimed Ali Chant (Sorry, Katy J Pearson, Portishead) and to celebrate its release, Pem will headline The Lexington in London next week, 14th June. Pem has been garnering recognition for her silencing live performances, receiving long listings for 2023's Glastonbury Emerging Talent and Green Man Rising competitions and securing support slots with The Last Dinner Party, The New Eves and Mary in the Junkyard. There has been an abundance of recent coverage from The Line Of Best Fit, Clash, So Young Magazine, DIY, NME, Rolling Stone UK, Emily Pilbeam on BBC 6Music, Radio X's John Kennedy and many more. There has also been huge support via Spotify playlists, including New Music Friday UK, plus the cover of Melomania and Fresh Finds Folk.


    cloud work is a collection of five songs that Pem wrote during an intensely challenging chapter in her life. Full of references to water, sky, flight, memory, and birds, these are the metaphors and symbols that helped her work through the grief of losing her father last year. She says, “the process of creating ‘cloud work’ enabled me to find beauty, meaning and comfort in a very difficult time."


    Pem is the outpouring of Bristol-based, multi-disciplinary artist and songwriter Emily Perry. Her songs blend unfiltered storytelling with swooping melodies, transporting listeners into a world of vulnerable introspection. This powerful intimacy was first unveiled with her 2022 debut EP, songs about hands, which was written during her intensive psychotherapy training and explores themes of memory, connection and disassociation.