Raised on a diet of Clapton, The Rolling Stones, and whatever CD she could steal from her brother at the time, Emma’s passion for music blossomed early under the tutelage of her dad. Not content however to watch her idols from the side-lines, she wasted no time in picking up a guitar and quickly progressed from an aspiring musician cutting her teeth at open mic nights, to an emboldened guitarist and frontwoman destined to hold centre-stage in a new age of modern rock.
Driven on by those around her and determined to make her mark, Emma first broke into the live music scene in 2015 as lead singer for The Visitors, honing her craft at gigs and festivals around the country alongside False Hearts’ future drummer Adi Bowes. Yearning for a more rock-orientated sound akin to Halestorm, Muse or Black Stone Cherry, Emma eventually broke away, uniting Adi, Ali, and then-bassist Adrian Biggs to form the band that would become False Hearts.
Never found far from her beloved Music Man guitar, Emma credits family, friends and the support of fans with transforming a once-shy girl into what she is today – a confident and compelling frontwoman set on giving the likes of Lzzy Hale a run for her money.