Emily Clair has kicked off her latest project with her most recent single, “Kiss Strangers”, available wherever you stream music and Front Porch Music has your exclusive premiere of the accompanying music video.
Emily Clair enlisted Roadhouse Productions to bring “Kiss Strangers” to life.
Painting Women In An Empowering Light
“In country music, women are often presented as dwelling on past relationships by drowning in a box of ice cream or a bottle of wine. I wanted to break away from that perception and offer a fresh take on the post-relationship mindset,” says Emily, on the greater message behind “Kiss Strangers”.
She continues, “With Bobbi and David, we wrote a sassy and empowering break-up anthem for all the strong, single women out there who want to let go of yesterday’s heartbreak. Starting over doesn’t have to be so sad. The thrill of indulging in new adventures can also be fun and liberating.”
This single is almost like an open letter for women to share with their exes. It paints an empowered, strong picture of a woman moving on with her life.
Emily says, “You don’t have to be that girl who is grieving over heartache. We’ve all been there before. If your ex can move on, you have the strength to move on, too.”
A Different Side of Emily Clair
“Kiss Strangers” ventures from what we’ve heard from Emily Clair thus far. Her romantic, heartfelt slower songs have led the first few chapters of music and “Kiss Strangers” has unveiled another side of Emily as an artist.
“Kiss Strangers” is Emily’s introduction to her upcoming project and debut full length album, Stealing Hearts.
Check out the latest single, and more by Emily Clair on streaming platforms now!
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