Where storytelling, modern country, and sensational harmonies meet, you’ll find modern pop-country duo Emma & Jolie. Having first met at music college in 2015, the pair burst onto the UK Country scene in 2020 with debut single I Don’t Need A Man which shot straight to #1 in the UK Country iTunes Chart and #32 in the All Genre iTunes Chart. To date, their releases have had radio support from BBC Introducing and Country Hits Radio (now Absolute Radio Country). They have also attracted playlist support on Spotify’s Wild Country and PopCo. Playlists as well as Apple Music’s Today’s Country, racking up 104k streams on Spotify and 313k streams on Apple Music. With performances at Song Suffragettes (Nashville) as part of CMA Week, Nashville Meets London, Buckle & Boots Country Music Festival, and Tennessee Fields Festival under their belts, Emma & Jolie are a pop-country force to be reckoned with.
All That Glitters is a country-pop bop with signature harmonies and Taylor Swift-inspired ‘boy trouble’. The lyrics feature contemporary references to technology like Snapchat whilst telling a tale as old as time – he’s no good for me, but I’m taken in nonetheless. Where the duo shines is their ability to write a catchy hook – it’ll be in your head for days, whether you love the song or not. It’s the broken-hearted anthem of 2021, inspired by toxic relationships hidden in both Emma’s and Jolie’s pasts. Light-hearted and feel-good, the single is a deep-cut dichotomy that will resonate with anyone who has been misled in love. The single was written with Adam Fitzgerald and recorded at acclaimed Chamber Studios in Edinburgh with producer Graeme Young.