5 Songs I Love w/ Sarah Tromley
Fresh off the back of her latest single, up-and-coming pop artist Sarah Tromley is taking the scene by storm. With a collection of stylish and spellbinding tracks already under her belt, the infectious 'Fake It' makes for a thrilling listen.
Talking on her latest offering, Sarah shared: “This track came from the idea that we as women are forced to “fake it til we make it” in so many parts of our lives, including sex… that its almost freeing when you find something that’s real. The first time you no longer have to fake it leaves you chasing a high of authenticity. Real emotion. Feeling alive. We need to feel safe and loved enough to show up as our truest selves in all aspects of life, especially in the bedroom.”
Giving us insight into her vast and varied music taste, we caught up with Sarah Tromley earlier this week to find out her five favourite tracks and just what they mean to her. This is what she had to say...
Joni Mitchell - Both Sides Now
This song is so special because Joni inspires my passions for song writing. Her words are so poetic and from the heart. Both Sides Now, the version from the movie, “Love Actually”, tears at my heart strings. This is a song when I’m sad I turn on and let myself have a deep, therapeutic cry. It speaks to my vulnerability and allows me to feel in the deepest way.
Robyn - Dancing On My Own
I’m transported into beautiful nostalgia of going through something that you thought would break you but instead ending up making you stronger. Thinking about that person you wanted more than anything but now moved on…. To me it’s a song about loving what you have but more importantly being comfortable with dancing on your own! It’s my personal breakup anthem. The production of this song is so upbeat and positive, yet the
lyrics express a real loneliness and almost invisibility.
Earth, Wind & Fire - September
This song was a household staple. This throwback was one of those songs my dad would always play in the car. It’s so happy. Earth Wind & Fire was always on rotation in my household and was a part of my childhood soundtrack. If this song doesn’t make you feel good, then I’m not sure what will.
Kacey Musgraves - Rainbow
“Rainbow” fills me with hope when it comes to love and romance. A rainbow is so symbolic of beauty after a storm and I just love this feeling. Kasey Musgraves has a way with her words, fusing both country with pop elements and that is like food for my soul. She certainly keeps the vibes high whether she’s singing about not giving a damn or the rollercoaster of feelings that
we experience in love.
Bon Iver - Skinny Love
Bon Iver has my heart and is a pivotal reason why I do what I do today. During high school, his music really got me through some lonely moments. My sister would burn some of the best CD’s and this song was so perfect for those rainy cosy drives. You were sure to enjoy the journey whenever this song was in rotation.
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