Uncle Emmington’s eclectic influences range from Cavetown to Beach Bunny to Kimya Dawson to Taylor Swift. Her debut album, “Unoriginal,” revealed the potential of this young singer-songwriter as it touched listeners with her relatable lyrics packaged in catchy tunes. The EP has surpassed 15,000 streams, with no indication of losing momentum.
In May 2021, Uncle Emmington dazzled the audience at her debut performance at The Peoples Room of Mobile, an intimate listening room venue that allowed her to share many of the diverse songs she has written since her initial release, as well as the stories behind them. Listening to her songs is like sneaking a peek in a diary, her poetry expressing a feast of raw thoughts and feelings: angst, guilt, romantic passion, regret, joy, disappointment, nostalgia, anxiety, sentimentality, hope, longing, confusion, shame, humiliation, and self-consciousness.
Released in January, Uncle Emmington’s album, “Alphabet Soup” — available on all major streaming platforms — has surpassed 9,000 streams on Spotify.
In March, she gave a return performance at The Peoples Room of Mobile.
In Spring 2022, Alphabet Soup was chosen to be included on the streaming service Blast Music, launched by the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library to host music from artists in the Tennessee Valley.