Emily Wryn is a Santa Barbara County native who has been writing and performing since the tender age of 13. Her early demos were played on Nic Harcourt’s Morning Becomes Eclectic, and in 2018 Emily's song “Quiet” was selected by Marissa Lorusso of NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest as one of her early favorites. She wrote: “Emily Wryn sings with a poignant weariness that evokes Sharon Van Etten or Angel Olsen. Her [song] “Quiet,” recognizes the power old wounds can hold over us, and the bravery it takes to move past them.”

Emily’s discography includes 2012’s EP “Head on Straight” and 2016’s full length album “Feral”. Since “Feral”, Emily has been writing prolifically, getting in touch with herself and her art on a whole other level. She has been working and recording with Justin Flint of LA based band Amo Amo, and her newest material speaks volumes of her growth.

Her live performances cast a spell of intimate connection, whether they be in small art venues  or larger rooms like the Hi Hat in LA or SoHo Santa Barbara. 

Emily is currently planning the release of her new single, “Empire”, featuring a music video directed by Sean Pratt.