EMA's '3Jane' Is a Delicate Ballad About the Internet

San Francisco noise-maker releases 'The Future's Void' next month

EMA releases new song '3Jane'
EMA releases song on the internet about the internet Photo by Andy Pareti/Getty Images
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Mike Ayers

EMA's second album, The Future's Void, is right around the corner and the San Francisco singer/shredder shares a third track today, the delicate ballad "3Jane." The tune finds her lamenting the downside of living in the digital era — blowing one's soul out across the "interweb" and suchlike. Earlier this year, Erika M. Anderson relased videos for "So Blonde" and "Satellites," painting a broader picture of her often harrowing sound. The Future's Void arrives April 8 on Matador, and she'll kick off a two-and-a-half month tour starting April 24 at Washington D.C.'s Rock & Roll Hotel. 

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