Emma Dilemma has just released the latest single 'Vulnerability' from her upcoming album, 'Spit'. Thematically, the song delves into her personal struggles with both anxiety and imposter syndrome.
On the inspiration behind the track, she shares: “Therapists and the people closest to me have long told me that I need to be more vulnerable and acknowledge and speak aloud my insecurities, fears and anxieties in order to help myself overcome them. This song came about at a time that I was coming to the realisation that they were right, and it was silly of me to not believe and take on that advice for the years it had repeatedly been given to me. I think this really opened me up on the trajectory for taking my own hand and pulling me on this new journey as Emma Dilemma and being true to myself, believing in myself and doing the things I wanted to do instead of the things I thought we’re “meant” to do as musicians and artists. I’m realising I can be exactly who I am in my music and my art, instead of trying to be like someone else, and that is the right way.”
Alongside the track, a video has been released taking inspiration from the 2004 film 'Napoleon Dynamite' with Emma starring as Napoleon himself.