EMA dropped her latest video for new single "Take One Two." The clip is made up of handy cam footage of Erika M. Anderson and her friends in a South Dakota trailer park in the mid-1990s goofing off and being teenagers.
The video and song also serve as an inspirational message to bullied teens: "This is especially remarkable as I know what was going on outside those plywood walls: getting called names, shoved into lockers, and threatening to get our asses kicked for being queer or punk or just plain weird," EMA writes. Accordingly, she'll offer the proceeds from the single, which is out digitally today, to the anti-bullying non-profit the Jamie Isaacs Foundation.
EMA - Take One Two from Souterrain Transmissions on Vimeo.