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Here is a selection of Emma's official videos (latest first).
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Emma and The Hungry Truth live at The Judith Wright Centre, Brisbane 22 March 2014

Here are four video clips of Emma's new band Emma and The Hungry Truth, comprising Emma, Francesca de Valence, Tony Dean, Hayden Robins, Laura Driver and James Halloran.
The first three clips include songs written by Emma (I am Fire and The Hungry Truth (will feast on you), Let us dance with our fear; and Home Town) and the last one is a cover of the Fiona Apple song Hot Knife.
The videos were recorded live at the Judith Wright Centre, Brisbane on 22 March 2014. Credits: Video filmed and edited by Kate Davies; Audio recorded by Fronz Arp.
Check out a related article and gig review.

 
My Heart My Blood - from Red EP (2013)

Emma performs My Heart My Blood, the official video clip from Emma's Red EP. The clip was filmed and edited by singer/songwriter Fronz Arp. You can purchase the digital Red EP here or alternatively, the White Red Black compilation CD here. Read the lyrics here.

 
Last Night I Had a Hundred Dreams - from White EP (2013)

Emma performs Last Night..., the final single from her White EP. The studio version of this song appears as track 1 on the EP. You can purchase the digital White EP here, or alternatively, the White Red Black compilation CD here. Lyrics are here.

 

 
Beautiful Lies - from White EP (2013)

Emma performs Beautiful Lies, the third single from her White EP. The live audio of this video appears as track 6 on the EP while track 3 adds minimal overdubs. You can purchase the digital White EP here, or alternatively, the White Red Black compilation CD here. Lyrics are here.

 

 
Circus - from White EP (2013)

Emma performs Circus, the second single from her White EP. The live audio of this video appears as track 7 on the EP while track 4 adds minimal overdubs.You can purchase the digital White EP here, or alternatively, the White Red Black compilation CD here. Lyrics are here.
Emma writes: " I wrote this song when I was tired and had many questions that remained unanswered. Although this is a somewhat melancholy song, the message is one of hope. No matter how many times life shifts and bends and oscillates as we find our rhythm, we know one thing's is for certain. Time moves forward and as long as we are still alive, there will always be a new day."

 

 
Phoebe (With Her Whole Heart (2013) - from White EP (2013)

Emma performs Phoebe (With Her Whole Heart) live for CandyRat Records in Chicago USA. The live audio of this video appears as track 5 on Emma's White EP while track 2 adds minimal overdubs.You can purchase the digital White EP here, or alternatively, the White Red Black compilation CD here. Lyrics are here.

 
Something They Can Hold (2011) - from Dr Dream & the Imaginary Pop-Cabaret

Video Clip Credits - Director: Jonny Williams; Camera Operator: Giovanni Lorusso; Choreography: Lia Reutens; Costume and Styling: Angela White Costume and Couture; Make Up: Raelene Kennedy; beautiful helping hands: Pie Thai and Jesse Rowles; Studio: Dance Central (Surry Hills); Performers: Emma Dean and Lia Reurtens. Music: Emma Dean; Words: Emma Dean and Ben Stewart; Song Production: Emma Dean and Ben Stewart

 
Sincerely Fearful (2010) - single from Dr Dream & the Imaginary Pop-Cabaret
Voted 30 on Australian TV's Rage 50 (50 most popular video clips for 2010)
Sincerely Fearful", a single from Emma Dean's second album Dr Dream and the Imaginary Pop-Cabaret. Credits: Clip directed by Jonny Williams. Costume and Styling by Angela White Costume and Couture. Make Up by Raelene Kennedy. Sincerely Fearful written by Emma Dean and Ben Stewart. Featuring Ninja-action from Glenn Chow, Stephen Murdoch, Andy Minh Trieu, Alex Jewson, Carlos Condack and Anny Giang!!!

 

 
Stuck in the Mud (2010) - single from Dr Dream & the Imaginary Pop-Cabaret
"Stuck in the Mud", a single from Emma Dean's second album Dr Dream and the Imaginary Pop-Cabaret.
Credits: Eric Figeuroa, Director/Camera Operator; Ian Chung, Assistant Camera Operator; Angela White, Costume and Couture; Song produced by Ben Stewart & Emma

  "As I melt away I forget that once, I would dance all day to the dream I've yet to touch.
But how dreams fade when they get stuck in the mud...."

 
Woodford Folk Festival 31 December 2009

Emma performs 'Sharks' featuring Dale Thorburn ('gwenda'), Jamie Kendall and Giema Contini as her imaginary friends and Nathan Moore, John Turnbull and Tony Dean as her band. The two clips were filmed by Ben Zachariah and Nick Hagger. Edited by John Turnbull.

There are sharks in my pool...

 
Real Life Computer Game Video Clip 2009

The film clip for Real Life Computer Game from Emma Dean's album of the same name, launched during a 'video clip' tour of eastern Australian cities early in 2009.
The clip was created by Liz Murphy and utilises thousands of still photographs.

 
Real Life Computer Game CD Launch 28 June 2008

On 28 June 208, Emma launched her debut full-length CD Real Life Commputer Game at a sold-out show at the Judith Wright Centre, Brisbane Australia. (animated slideshow)

 


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