esmerelda is 23-year-old British-Afghan artist, songwriter and producer AKA Charlotte Samady. The artist began her route into music as child, writing poetry and lyrics as well as teaching herself how to play guitar, resulting in a series of acoustic folk tracks inspired by the likes of Laura Marling.

We’ve been obsessed with esmerelda’s new project for a while now. We’re excited to share this next song with you. Titled ‘Jenny’, for us, we love the professional production and the catchy vocals. But all-in-all, what makes esmerelda unique is her writing style and the energy she infuses throughout her work.

“Jenny is a song about being possessed by demons – literally or figuratively, it’s up for interpretation….in many ways it’s based on me. I wrote it at a time where I was pretty overwhelmed and anxious. I had a lot of things I wanted to achieve, so I was experiencing this manic confidence. There are these 2 voices talking to ‘Jenny’ throughout the song; the voice of her friends and family, telling her to watch her step and look after herself, then the voice of the demons telling her to press the self-destruct button on her own life. I haven’t decided if she’s evil by the end of the song, or whether she finds a home between the two forces, but it definitely ends in a powerful transformation.”

Pay attention to the lyrics and take the time to really absorb the instrumentation and energy. You won’t regret it. Don’t forget to connect with esmerelda online to stay up to date and enjoy!

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