“To you Sarah Goldstone may be new, born again in your inbox, but to Sarah herself she has lived multiple lives already. Previous cultural climates would probably call her a “multi-hyphenate,” but at this point that’s more or less required just to stand a chance in this beautiful business called the pennies-for-streams-apocalypse. I mean, rock and roll. One spreads oneself professionally thin in order to cover bases, pay bills, and ultimately, hopefully, do the thing one’s dreamt of doing. And now, Sarah Goldstone is most certainly doing the thing.
The short version: Sarah Goldstone’s been touring the past few years playing with boygenius, Lucy Dacus, and Hurray for the Riff Raff and is now releasing her debut album, produced by Adam Schatz, released by Ruination Records.
This magnificent group of songs shows a subversive grasp of melody and harmony, gleaned from years of playing, listening, and remaining open. And openness is key here because these songs are deceptively complex but generously available to anyone who presses play. It’s a magic trick, and like all magic tricks, you’re not allowed to ask how it’s done. There’s a joy in just letting it hit you.”
A new single from the upcoming album called Waving landed in my inbox and I quite enjoyed the track so I checkout these two singles as well:
This up-and-coming indie pop artist has a unique, experimental approach to their music. Their dreamy and folky sound, combined with beautiful melodies and captivating vocals, immediately caught my attention. After listening to their three released songs, I was blown away by the exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail. Each song showcases a variety of sounds and seamlessly blends multiple genres, which is something I always admire in artists. I am eagerly anticipating the release of their new album and cannot wait to hear what they have in store for their fans.
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