Aussie singer-songwriter Jemima struggles to stay in one place. She spent her late teen years living in her van as she road-tripped the Australian east coast. Her dog came too, naturally.
At 20-years-old she decided, on a whim, to move to London. She spent two years there, performing at bars in Soho and Camden and studying a Bachelor of Songwriting at university.
Driven by an insatiable desire to tell stories that mean something, Jemima recently released her debut EP, "Things I Never Said". The confessional five-track EP debuted at #1 on the iTunes singer-songwriter albums chart for Australia.
The EP's latest single "As You Are", a '60s-inspired pop track, debuted at #1 on the iTunes singer-songwriter singles chart for Australia.
Jemima's first release of the year, "Patient", reached #2 on the same chart. The folk-pop ballad — which explores the intricacies of mental health — also won the approval of folk musician Angus Stone. After hearing the song, Stone invited Jemima to his home studio to sing backing vocals on his Dope Lemon release, "Streets of Your Town".