Listen// A tongue in cheek take on adulthood

Sasha unveils eccentric electronic-pop single.

 


Electronic pop singer-songwriter Sasha continues her roll of strong hits with Waterworks, presenting an interesting and unique blend of organic soundscapes characterised by choppy vocal samples, euphoric choruses and emotive lyrics.

Benefiting from influences such as Rae Morris and The Japanese House, the Londoner’s lyricism reflects the nature of growing up and living in the capital, with her newest offerings highlighting the trials and tribulations faced by a millennial twenty-something.

Discussing the latest single, Sasha stated: “We wrote the song about getting drunk and telling your friends all your problems – something I have done on multiple occasions. We wanted the track to be a tongue-and-cheek, self-deprecating ‘pull yourself together’ moment. It made me excited to explore a new version of myself as an artist, looking at the complexity of adulthood and not taking myself or my music too seriously”.

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