A departure in mood and sound for singer songwriter Sarah Buckley as takes on serious dark matter on new single ‘Always Trouble’.
The track sees the artist embrace her darker side and we reckon ‘Always Trouble’ is definitely a track to add to your playlist.
Sarah has been gigging extensively playing showcases and support slots around Ireland. She has opened for Mick Flannery, Gemma Hayes, Niamh Regan and Ham Sandwich to name a few.
Recently, having been selected to take part in the ‘Creative Moves Europe’ project (programme funded by the European Union), Sarah has been able to spend time working on her music this summer in the new environment of Berlin.
Inspired by the world class lyricism of Alex Turner, the introspective songwriting of Matt Berninger and the uncompromising authenticity of Julia Jacklin – Sarah manages to avoid the trap of imitating her heroes; instead channels their influence into something rare and immediately compelling.
Her story is not the oft-told tale of the 5 year old with a hairbrush for a mic and a lifelong dream. Music came later in Sarah’s life, and that subtle difference stands her apart from many of her fellow artists. This is an adventure undertaken by a woman who found her voice in life first, before bringing it to song.
With each release Sarah continues to hone her sound and develop her musical expression, further solidifying her position as ‘One to Watch’ in the alt-folk scene.
This song brings a slight change of gears as she continues to develop and explore my music.
Sarah explains that spending time this summer in Berlin with thanks to the ‘Culture Moves Europe’ project so she is looking forward to playing some upcoming July dates in Germany in support of the release.
Check out the track for yourself below