Singer/songwriter Em Rossi releases new video for Empty Space

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Singer/songwriter Em Rossi  captured our attention last year as her emotions and feelings came to life in her beautiful music. She truly sings from the heart and you can’t help but feel connected to her songs. Em has been quite busy since her worldwide success of her breakthrough music videosEarthquake, and “Young Hearts,”.  

Having collaborated with producer Jim McGorman, known for his work with Avril Lavigne, Cher, Michelle Branch and Kate Voegele, to record the powerful song, Rossi teamed up with indie film director Aidan Magarian, of FuseHouse Media, to bring the emotional vibrancy of “Empty Space” to life. Shot on location at Point Dume in Malibu, the stunning visuals elegantly mirror the song’s emotional journey. Rossi explains, “Emptiness and loneliness are simple concepts when based in physical reality. I wanted the simplicity of the video to reflect the story told through the lyrics of the song.”

Check out the video here for Empty Space:

In case you missed it last year, check out our interview with Em as chatted about her music, juggling school and her career. In case you missed it, check it below:

Em’s powerful and inspiring vocals have created a deep connection with many. You can’t help but feel emotion and many have shared how her music has helped, healed and inspired them.

On the home front, Rossi will play an intimate showcase at The Study in Hollywood, CA on February 8. The following night, she’ll walk the red carpet at the Annual Whole Foods’ Whole Planet Foundation Grammy event at OHM Nightclub at Hollywood & Highland. Kris Kristofferson, along with special guests The Reluctant Apostles, featuring Katey Sagal, and Grammy nominees, Rene Marie, and La Santa Cecilia, are set to perform.

Make sure to visit her social media sites so you can stay up to date on her latest news and upcoming shows.

~ Marisol

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