Today, our new music spotlight is on Tragic Sasha
Line-up: Sasha Gurney and Scott Colcombe (on production)
About: Tragic Sasha is a London based singer-songwriter with a knack for clever and vivid electronic pop music, centred on tongue and cheek lyrics, whirling synths and catchy choruses. Influenced by contemporaries such as Rae Morris and The Japanese House, Sasha delves deep into the alternative pop world.
Since the release of previous work such as ‘Waterworks’ and ‘Cake’ (latest), the 23 year old has gained fans across the blogosphere, such as DIY Magazine, The Line of Best Fit and Clash. With her latest offering, she received support from Spotify and Radio One, as well as the further boost of a sold out London headline show at the end of last year. With support from Huw Stephens and Tom Robinson, the future looks bright for the young electro-pop songstress.
What Hidden Herd say: Returning with her delightfully-melodic alt-pop, Tragic Sasha continues in her latest slew of releases with a refreshingly dynamic mix of styles. On ‘Pushover’, the song explores a lack of strength in a relationship, yet the track does well to leave the listener with a sense of overcoming.
For fans of: Rae Morris, Lennon Stella
4th November @ Thousand Island.