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Emma Langford Seduction of Eve video released



Emma Langford Seduction of Eve video released. Photo Credits: Cian Reinhardt, I Love Limerick.

The up and coming Limerick Indie Artist, Emma Langford released her new music video “Seduction of Eve” following her EP release at Dolans, June 18 and at the Limerick Lady Festival which took place upstairs at the Milk Market. Emma Langford Sseduction




The 26 year old Caherdavin song-writer and guitarist first entered the local music scene in 2012, showcasing her unique jazz-folk style of music and guitar playing. She quickly gained a following from her frequent performances at various open mic nights in the city and university venues.

Emmas EP is filled with mesmerizing versatile material from a crush she had when she was 14 to a song about a friend’s depression.  Her EP is filled with music to suit all tastes and styles in a unique and attractive fashion.

Some of the other songs included from her newly released EP are; Sandman, Tug O’ War, You Are Not Mine, Goodbye Hawaii and All You Want. Emma Langford Seduction

The band includes Clint Fitzgerald on piano, percussion, lapsteel and guitars, Karl Nesbitt played bodhrán, bouzouki, and flute, and Peter Hanagan performed the double bass. Emma Langford Seduction

Describing the album, she said: “Through our choices of instruments, rhythms, the songs I’ve written, and my own vocal nuances we’ve managed to fuse elements of Irish, Latin, folk and blues music within the six tracks. This EP definitely showcases my lyrical, vocal, and musical range. It’s at times fun, at times a tearjerker and, at others, introspective.

“Every track is very different in terms of tone, genre, and the themes it explores. I’m really looking forward to everyone having a different favourite song,” she enthused.

Read more about emerging artist Emma Langford here

Emmas EP is now widely available here

Check out Emmas youtube channel here

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.