With surprise, Emma Ruth Rundle returns to recording sitting at the piano, playing an instrument that taught music to her, one that she had set aside as new ideas and rock’s electricity gradually shaped her way. “Engine Of Hell” is, therefore, a journey into the past across intense memories of her growing pains, a semi-poetic journey to her wounds of youth. As we may have witnessed, by listening and sensing it ourselves, songwriting has been the key to her salvation, a place where Emma has shown herself, naked and unvarnished, facing her ghosts and creating a safe haven for those who listen to her.
After a decade of recordings and collaborations, “Engine of Hell” clearly sets the beginning of a new chapter as straightforward as other works, but open to new ideas, arts and reflections. To celebrate that moment, Emma wanted to tell us about this change in a truly intimate way, alone on stage at the piano, healing her wounds and drawing us into her own introspection. Emma Ruth Rundle returns to Portugal for a very special solo concert; the first on the piano. The concert is part of new album “Engine of Hell” introduction European tour; the album will be released on November 5th, under Sargent House record label.
Emma Ruth Rundle