Emma Russack | You Shouldn’t

Australian singer Emma Russack is streaming a pretty, sedate, and sensual new track from off her upcoming release, “You Changed Me”, out April 4th via Spunk Records. There’s nothing complicated about the song, but that’s its charm. It feels honest, stripped bare, and its soft, bluesy guitar lines work so well with her soothingly vocal delivery: “When he laid out the sofa bed / I knew I was staying, staying the night / And I felt wanted / So wanted / When she took off her underwear / I knew I was playing, playing with fire / But I felt wanted.” You can follow her at facebook. Note: All lyrics are unofficial. — David D. Robbins Jr.

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