Em Beihold Drops New Music Video for “12345” from New EP “Egg in the Backseat”
- American singer-songwriter Em Beihold has dropped a new music video for “12345” directed by Scott Felix.
Em Beihold shared on social media, “The music video for 12345 is officially out on YouTube!! 🌿🪁👀 Panic attacks aren't fun, so when making this video it was super important to me and everyone on the team to get it right and I couldn't be happier with the final result.”
The song is included on her sophomore EP “Egg in the Backseat”, which was released back in July.
Also the track appeared on the soundtrack of the film “Anything’s Possible”.
It was written by Emily Beihold, Dallas Caton and Alexandra Veltri. Produced by Dallas Caton.
The song touches on struggling with panic attacks. Em Beihold told Today about the song, “I've had my own experience, not to the worst extent of panic attacks, but where you get choked up, and you can't breathe, and the whole world caves in on you a little bit. I have this phrase, it's like dance through your depression. I think we need band together and find positive ways to describe these really tough things that are going on.”
The new EP comprises 7-track. She shared on social media, “I'm so grateful for all of you and still can't believe that a year ago I was only playing my little songs to my parents and my cat. I'll never take this for granted ❤️”
She explained of the making of the EP in an interview with SongwriterUniverse, “I had a session last August with Dallas Caton, who produced “Numb Little Bug,” and this girl named Alex Veltri. Normally, when you have a session with new people, the point is more to meet them and see if you vibe, than write a song that you love a lot. But we wrote “12345” in a day, and then the next day we wrote “Porcelain.” I think it's pretty rare to find people where you can write some of your favorite music in no time, because you're on the same creative wavelength.”
She continued, “For the songs on the EP that we did together, I don't know if thematically there's something that ties it all together. But I would go in the studio and tell them what I was going through that day, and we would turn it into a track, and I loved how it turned out.”
- source : Apple Music