Emilia Mitiku reinvents herself with retro pop
Emilia lives in a big big world, but it was her efforts to sing for small Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest that kick-started her music career all the way to 'vintage pop'...
By: Portal PR
So it is clear that the half Swedish singer is no stranger to the big big world of pop, and her voice has never been more distinct and beautiful than in her recent rendition of ‘Dream a little Dream of Me’. So we can expect more 'vintage pop' as she so-aptly calls it, but it would also seem that she is a fan of cool and kooky music too, as she was spotted enjoying a night out with electropop pair, Mollyhaus on Wednesday 13th June 2012 at Camden Rock.
Dynamic duo, Mollyhaus consists of Brighton-based Little Neve White and Berlin boy K Bastian and they played a set at the popular North London venue to round up their two-week tour; their unique sound and retro image was well-received by the audience.
When it comes to Eurovision how could Mollyhaus possibly decide who to sing for? the UK or Germany? Whilst this is unlikely to be part of their musical journey... the future is certain going to bring big big things for both Emilia who has her new release out on June 25th via Warner UK, and Mollyhaus who look to be performing at Prague Pride, and are planning another tour. Keep up-to-date with all Mollyhaus news on: http://www.mollyhausmusic.com
And read about Emilia on http://emiliamitiku.com
Photographer of image above: Scarlett Pimlott-Brown
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