Emily has been officially endorsed by studio hardware company Audient since 2016, and features in promotional videos for their portable audio interfaces, iD22, iD4 and EVO4.
Emily is the vocalist for the title song of Russell Howard’s Christmas film, 'A Gert Lush Christmas' (aired Boxing Day 2015 on BBC Two), and worked with composer/producer David Schweitzer on a full-length version of the song, 'Hold You Near (For Christmas)', for release.
Following her work with David on Hold You Near (For Christmas), Emily featured on 'Mothers', an album by David’s new band, inanalysis. The album was written based on anonymous story submissions, and donated profits to The Samaritans and mental health charity, Mind.
Emily also features on David's latest release (Dec 2022) 'Last Christmas With Dad (Tiny Red Lines' which was recorded, in part, at Abbey Road Studios, with all proceeds again being donated to The Samaritans and mental health charity, Mind.
Emily is featured on the opening track of Arcane Roots’ final EP, 'Landslide' (released September 2018), and performed songs 'Before Me' and 'Rouen' on their farewell tour in October 2018, with opening support slots in both Manchester and London.
Emily is also featured on live versions of 'You Are' and 'Rouen' as part of the re-release of Arcane Roots’ EP, 'Left Fire' (released 2012 via PIAS), and has performed with the band at Vice’s venue Old Blue Last (2012), Heaven at Charing Cross (2018), and as part of an industry event at Metropolis Studios (2013).
Emily was first broadcast on BBC Introducing in November 2016, with BBC Two Christmas song 'Hold You Near (For Christmas)'. Emily then performed 3 original songs in the BBC Radio Solent Live Lounge in February 2017, and featured on BBC Radio Solent’s Christmas promotional video in December 2017. More recently Emily performed at BBC Music Introducing LIVE 2018 at London’s iconic Tobacco Docks in November 2018.