22 Nov

Emma Bale Embarks on a New Adventure with ‘Joan’

The twenty-year-old Belgian singer Emma Bale is one of the most popular singers of the country, but we haven’t heard much of her since the release of her fun single “Cut Loose” back in 2018. The pop star took some time off to work on new music and we have some good news for you. She’s totally back and will drop a new EP in early 2020.


“Joan” is Emma’s comeback single and refers to the iconic French heroine Jeanne D’Arc, who fought until the bitter end during the Hundred Years’ War. Inspired by her story, Bale wrote “Joan” about a young woman who’s determined to do anything she can to get what she wants. An interesting story that also illuminates the dark side of Jeanne D’Arc’s story, because chasing your ideals can be extremely heavy. Fans of Emma’s previous music will definitely love the song as she stays true to her sound, but also goes a little further than before.

“Joan” is the start of a new chapter for Emma Bale and we have a good feeling about it. As already mentioned, her new EP will be released in a couple of months and a next single including a music video is already in the pipeline. In spring, Emma will embark on a club tour where she’ll reintroduce herself to her audience.

You’ll be able to see her in Amsterdam (27/03), Leuven (16/04), Antwerp (17/04), Hasselt (19/04) and Brussels (22/04).

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