Watch EMA’s Anti-Bullying Benefitting New Video, Single “Take One Two”

    EMA has released a new single/video today, and it’s not just promoting a new album or anything: It’s meant as a anti-bullying message clip, as all the profits from the sales of “Take One Two” will go to the Jamie Isaacs Foundation, an anti-bullying charity. The video, which is above, features EMA and her friends goofing off in the mid-90s in a North Dakota trailer park, doing stuff that got them bullied outside.  

    The song is another viseral folk tale, but instead of searing electric guitars boosting EMA’s righteous anger, it’s clanging acoustics giving the song a forlorn background. Watch the video below: