Emma Dilemma brings so much modernity to the pop genre. With eccentric textures and rhythm signatures, she implements a whimsical absurdism, one that is deliberately defiant of societal norms and expectations. Blending 90s-style teen angst with catchy pop hooks, and brash narratives, her work is reminiscent of artists like Avril Levigne, Miley Cyrus, P!nk, and Gwen Stefani are sure to enjoy the crude brilliance of this artist.

Her latest single, ‘Bed All Day’ is a pop-rock banger. Detailed with coarse riffs, punching beats, and anthemic verses, it gets into themes like existentialism and escapism. With a driving punk agenda and a stellar sonic force, it has potential for cult status; an anthem for the misfits and the ambiguously charged minds of the society.

iTunes Artwork for 'Bed All Day - Single (by Emma Dilemma)'

Emma’s vocals charismatically fuses pop styles with hip-hop inflections to form a disjointed atmosphere. And the instrumentation matches these strides. In the bridge however, she softens into a melancholic interlude that rings with thematic honesty, before she picks up again into the final chorus.

“I don’t care, I don’t play, I’ll stay in my bed all day day day, life isn’t worth it, sick of all the shit, so I’ll just stay in bed all day.”

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Bed All Day’ by Emma Dilemma here –