Emmrose moves on from a relationship on “Coffee and Commitment”


Instead of multiplying and dividing, Emmrose was using her time in math class to make her first pop song.  A couple years after creating that math class bop, Emmrostook her music outside of the classroom and released her debut EP, Hopeless Romantics.  The project ended up winning Best Pop Album at the 2020 WAM Awards, which was just the start of what was to come.  The track “Five Months” from the EP went on to be featured in the opening scene of the indie film Searching for the Wave, and last year’s single “Waitlisted” made it onto an episode of MTV’s Teen Mom, leading fans to wonder what 2022 would bring next for Emmrose.  So far this year, she has been busy releasing one single after another, leading up to her latest “Coffee and Commitment.”

Switching things up from her more mellow tracks, Emmrose gives us a bit of indie pop with “Coffee and Commitment.”  The vivid, guitar-driven production sets the tone for this celebratory single, which is about getting out of a dead-end relationship.  With her rousing vocals, Emmrose sings, “It was over a cup of coffee you told me let’s just be friends” and “If we were for real, you’d work on yourself.”  In the end, she asks, “Can’t you see you’re hopeless?” hoping that this will inspire a change.  You can listen below.

Giving us more details about the single, Emmrose shares,

“I wrote the song about relationships that are going nowhere.  Relationships when they don’t want to take you out to dinner, you just grab a coffee.  They only text you when they’re ‘lonely,’ though they’ll never go out of their way for you – you know that they’ll never commit to a full-on relationship, even if that’s what you want.  I wish I had the guts to write this song a few years ago when I was totally experiencing this exact situation with a guy.” 

You can listen to “Coffee and Commitment” on platforms like SoundCloud, Apple Music, and Spotify.

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