Melbourne-born and based country-pop singer-songwriter, Emily Hatton, has released her new single, Make it Slow.
Co-written by Emily with Tim Tricky and Lachlan Coffey, Make it Slow paints a vivid picture of an enchanting encounter by Emily on the snow-covered peaks of Mount Hotham, the sound reflecting the magical and romantic innocence of the time. The song details the fragile first hours of meeting and getting to know someone when it just “clicks”.
Becoming known for seamlessly blending country and pop references with energetic presence and delivering catchy hooks and authentic, personal stories, Emily was recently placed runner-up in the SongTuner’s Songwriting Competition, and short listed for the Vanda & Young Global Songwriting Competition for the very catchy Why’d You Have To. “I’m beyond excited and honoured to be a top 40 finalist. I honestly couldn’t believe it when I got the news. I’m so thankful and ecstatic,” says Emily.
With plans for an EP release in the near future, Emily is blazing her path and well on her way to solidifying her roots in the Country Music industry.