SCOTTISH singer-songwriter Emme Woods is on the home stretch of a crowdfunding campaign.

Fans of the Glasgow-based rocker have just six days left to snap up the varied PledgeMusic packages to help cover the costs of her debut EP and accompanying film.

Emme said: "I cannot believe the generosity of people so far. The support has been mad.”

“Thank you to all the beautiful people that have pledged and shared and supported. It couldn’t happen without you.”

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The comedic video to accompany the campaign launch sets the tone of the quirky packages on offer.

Emme noted: “We’ve had such a good response from everyone about the video too. My gran couldn’t stop laughing at it. What a belter.”

Although bandmate Neil McKenzie’s signed boxers have all sold out, pledgers can still buy digital downloads of It’s Ma Party or signed vinyl. They can also pay for a private gig or become an extra in the film, which will be shot in Glasgow. Emme has also created additional packages whereby you can join her band on a paddleboarding excursion or enjoy a home-cooked dinner.

Emme said: “In the store we’ve got some really great perks – well, I think they’re great, I made them myself.

“We’ve been very busy during the campaign and it’s now getting to the final stages.

“We’re giving the final push and we’re super close now. Anything you can give is absolutely fantastic, amazing.

“We’re excited to get into the studio and let you all hear some new tunes.”

Emme, who grew up in Clackmannanshire, continually captivates crowds with her grainy vocals, grungy guitars and songs doused with rum-soaked heartbreak – all brought to life thanks to the super support of bandmates Neil (brass), Katie Doyle (keys), Jamie Logie (guitar) and Gary Gilmour (drums).

Following on from lead singles I Don’t Drink To Forget and I’ve Been Running, the songstress has been playing gigs across the globe.

As well as performances at Belladrum, The Great Escape and Tenement Trail this year alone, the 22-year-old has also notched up appearances in New York with Los Angeles now firmly on her radar before the end of 2017.

Emme said: “I fly to LA soon for some shows and good times and as soon as I get back, it’s straight to the drawing board and the studio to create, what feels like, the accumulation of a whole year’s work.

“It’s been a pretty big year for us so far. Everything’s been coming together, all falling into place. It’s the birth of something magical.”

To pledge your support, go to