After unveiling the crystalline off-kilter pop of her incredible debut ‘Call Me Out’, Sarah Close today announces her first UK headline show at London’s Camden Assembly on April 18th.
Close has also unveiled the official video for her debut single ‘Call Me Out.’
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‘Call Me Out’, is a hypnotic, widescreen pop anthem infused with a soaring energy. Her irresistible hooks and choruses give a nod to the left-field pop sensibilities of acts including Empress Of and Robyn as well as the lyricism of Carole King and Joni Mitchell.
The 21-year-old confidently vocalises the importance of not being constrained by expectations of how you should behave, embracing stories about the thorny side of life and love. “I wanted to write a really fun song about the process of flirting with someone and that uncertainty of not knowing what will happen,” Sarah explains. “There’s no certainty in anything and that’s a really fun and terrifying time.”.
That playful, personal touch is also prevalent in the video, directed by Sarah’s close friends Rubberduck and Rubberneck, that follows her through a manor house like a game of tag with the camera, whilst being swept up in the song’s stacked harmonies and twinkling keys.
In a world in which the persona of a musician is planned and micromanaged to the tightest degree, Sarah Close feels refreshing, real and immediately relatable.