Emma Ruth Rundle has shared a new song, ‘Blooms of Oblivion’, taken from her upcoming album Engine of Hell. The track comes with an accompanying video she co-directed with John Bradburn. Check it out below.
“In the video I use an oversized coat to represent an oversized and burdening experience for the little girl,” Emma Ruth Rundle explained in a press release. “The feeling of being free falling in chaos. Having no control over your circumstances. The song and video describe the feelings I had as a little girl and how that’s shaped who I have become – negotiating with my past and waking to the woman I strive to become through self-love, self parenting and forgiveness and the transformation that it can bring.”
Engine of Hell arrives on November 5 via Sargent House. It includes the previously unveiled single ‘Return’.