Sasha – Picking Flowers
Earlier this year I did an interview with ambient pop-singer Sasha to introduce her debut single Gracious. Now the talented songstress is finally back with her follow-up, released via the Lemon Zen Records collective. Titled Picking Flowers, the new release is again clearly influenced by Bon Iver, but also draws inspiration from The Japanese House.
Written independently and co-produced by Scott Colcombe, the song is genuinely using its title as a metaphor for adulthood as picking flowers is being used as a symbol for lack of care and effort in a relationship.
“It doesn’t really matter, you were only picking flowers, rooted to the ground” – Sasha
Sasha‘s uncommonly smooth and stunning vocals compliment the mellow electronic sound which is uniquely combined with elegantly composed organic melodies. The laid-back yet catchy chorus will make you fade away in daydreams right away.
She is truly one to watch, so make sure you check out her new single below and stay tuned for more projects to be unveiled soon, including a headline show in London this November!