Artist Sarah on Her Way to Dominating the Music Industry

Sarah has been putting in work all 2020, which has culminated into the recent release of her debut EP “Higher Than the Hills” in December. These emotionally heightened songs have been featured on some amazing playlists and have already filled the speakers of many fans around the world.

Easing into 2021 with a fresh outlook and elevated brand vision, Sarah kicks off Q1 with a fun TikTok dance challenge to one of her tracks entitled “One Step”. Encouraging her fans to take “One Step” toward everything that is worth having in life especially during these moments of stay-at-home orders and social disconnect. The #onestep21challenge will create that rejuvenated lift we all need for 2021. 

 You can catch Sarah in her own exclusive virtual performance, which is currently in the works.

Speaking of virtual performances,  save the date for her first large-scale set at the “World Vibe Festival” which is a digital festival experience on March 6th and 7th of this year. She plans to wow you with imagery and aesthetics that translate into a truly artistic moment. Sarah has enlisted her team of creative visionaries to help bring this performance content to life.

“My music is inspired by emotions. I’m a Cancer, so by nature, I have lots of feelings. Remaining hopeful about the future and what’s to come is something that I’m always manifesting.” says Sarah. I’ve been working hard and I can’t wait to show everyone the optimized version of my artistry.”

Sarah’s indie pop style is rooted in her native Portland, Oregon upbringing which fuses perfectly to her Los Angeles vibes. Her music inspiration comes from her life experiences and lessons. She infuses sexuality and vulnerability themes into her music while hinging the bulk of her art on authenticity and passion. Sarah is an old soul when it comes to musical inspiration. She draws inspiration from childhood icons, pop art, even ’80s and ’90s references. Artists like the late Amy Winehouse, Bon Iver, Frank Ocean, Fleetwood Mac, and Earth Wind & Fire.

A breath of fresh air in the industry, Sarah has ignited the scene with sexy yet playful music while capturing both millennial and Gen Z fans. Stay tuned for more music from Sarah in the coming months as she seeks to maintain the momentum of this fast-moving dream.

Eric Thomas
Eric Thomas is an Entertainment Journalist. He has spent almost a decade of his life supporting music enthusiasts shine in the competitive industry they are in. He has worked closely with artists in the past and posted all these stories for the public to see.

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