Emily King Releases New Song “See Me”
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Emily King releases “See Me” today, the moving song she wrote in response to this year’s Black Lives Matter protests. The track finds King voicing her grief and attempting to connect with others over the tragedy of racial injustice – “Can you hear me now? / Can you see me now? / If I cry out loud / Will you believe me now?”. “Feeling so moved by this powerful time,” King told Rolling Stone about the song’s inception. “Every day watching the world demand justice. I wake up with sadness but also hope. Like people are starting to finally notice how deeply broken things are. Can you hear me now? Can you see me now? I started singing the words and they wouldn’t leave my head.” “See Me” originally appeared on the ATO Records’ Black Live Matter benefit compilation Silence Is Not An Option (turn this up).
LISTEN TO OFFICIAL AUDIO FOR “SEE ME” BELOW