NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA – Jemima’s debut EP only just arrived on the scene but it has already made an impression on listeners. The Aussie singer-songwriter’s first EP, called “Things I Never Said”, debuted at #1 on the iTunes singer-songwriter albums chart for Australia.
Both singles from the EP snagged top spots on the iTunes singer-songwriter singles chart for Australia (#1 and #2 places). The first single from the EP, “Patient”, also caught the eye of folk musician Angus Stone. After hearing the track, Stone invited Jemima to his home studio to sing backing vocals on his Dope Lemon release “Streets of Your Town”.
Jemima’s EP, “Things I Never Said”, features five tracks. While each song differs in mood, they all share commonalities: a distinct eagerness to tell a story. Jemima’s unwavering desire to connect with people has been evident for years; she began busking at 15 and has since performed up and down the east coast of Australia and around London in the UK.
Recorded at Rockinghorse Studios Byron Bay, “Things I Never Said” was written by Jemima, mastered by Paul Blakey, and recorded and mixed by Paul Pilsneniks, who has engineered acts like Angus and Julia Stone, Pete Murray, Silverchair, and Powderfinger.
Jack Smith: Guitar
Mat Akehurst: Drums and percussion
Tim Schou: Bass and saxophone
Tom Veitch: Cello
Jemima: Acoustic guitar, piano, synth, ukulele
some great songs on this EP, love the strings and sax especially.
Nice big but natural sound that keeps the songs at the heart of the music.