Language evolves, transforming as time progresses and societies change. The same happens with those artists who turn music into their own language, with which they communicate with others at the same time as they know themselves. Electro indie-pop singer Emily Henry began writing songs being a child, being clear about what she wanted to do in the future from the beginning. After a 5 year absence since she released her debut EP, Matchsticks, the artist is back stronger than ever with her new single, Reach Out, as she prepares to release her second album.
Having presented the first single from her forthcoming second album, I See the Light, a song in the search for hope in difficult times – quite right for the difficult situation we have experienced in the last year and a half –, and after unveiling The Sound, a single in which snapping beats and downtempo atmospheric landscape strike a perfect balance, her third single, Reach Out, is a tribute to one of her favourite pieces of fiction. Inspired by The Adventure Zone, a Dungeons & Dragons podcast created by the McElroy family, Henry reflects on finding solace and community through her favourite language: music.

In her voice, sweetness meets power with a tireless search for optimism, hope and the light that illuminates the path that she has been charting for years. A career in which besides having demonstrated an undeniable vocal talent, she has managed to bring out the feelings of her listeners in a journey through emotion and feelings. All this with an incredible sensitivity capable of making us forget our problems and connect with ourselves. Something that is not easy to achieve in a society that lives at an extremely fast pace.