Sarah Klang has a voice that seems to conjure entire landscapes.
Supple Americana, her gilded tones truly excelled on breakout debut single 'Sleep' last year.
Hooking up with producer Kevin Andersson at Welfare Sounds Studio in her native Gothenburg, Sarah began sketching out new material, fresh directions.
'Strangers' is the result. On the surface, it's a simple acoustic meditation, but beneath those careful chords and lilting vocals lie darker hues.
She explains: "I wrote 'Strangers' during my last days in Gothenburg prior to leaving for Stockholm. It’s about a old relationship that ended. It was hard hanging around in the same town, bump into each other. You know, when you know everything about a person; the dark sides and the bright sides. It’s not so much about missing someone, more about having shared it all and then suddenly act like you don’t know each other."
Tune in now.