Pop singer-songwriter Sabiine is set to release her latest single ‘Hotline‘ on October 30th. Dropping alongside ‘Hotline‘, Sabiine will be releasing her long-awaited EP, ‘Dragonfruit‘.
The eclectic and catchy track, ‘Hotline’, is a bop with lyrics that are inspired by a falling out with a close friend who always sought advice – but never listened. Sabiine found herself in a situation where she felt as though she was being treated as ‘some kind of advice hotline’. From that she then started to improvise lyrics and beats with her producer, Tyler Gunz, that would capture the feeling of the situation – and over the next few sessions ‘Hotline’ was born.
“They called all the time. I tried to help, and they never listened. I started to feel like some kind of advice hotline. Listen to the song, and you’ll get it.”
Based in Atlanta, Sabiine is a 24-year-old singer/songwriter who is known for her unique voice, musical diversity and head-bopping melodies. The four tracks on her upcoming EP ‘Dragonfruit’ will not let you down. With comparisons to Little Dragon, Ellie Goulding and Hope Sandoval, her music and voice is beautiful, and the lyrics she has penned are innovative and engaging.
Sabiine’s original songs are infectious and include elements of adult contemporary, dark pop, dance, and indie-folk – making the tracks guaranteed crowd-pleasers with catchy and relatable lyrics.
As a sneak peek to what her new EP will offer, her single ‘Still Miss You’ has already amassed over 50,000 streams and has had features on prominent music blogs and playlists. Independent Music Reviews described ‘Still Miss You’ as both infectious and steady. It’s a lush electronic canvas to showcase the artist’s vocal style, but also reflects some of the songwriting and production that digs a bit deeper.
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