Sarah Darling – Get To Me
Sarah Darling has announced the release of her new EP, Darling, with the focal track, “Get To Me,” – out today. Released on BE Darling Records via ToneTree, Darling is available worldwide on all streaming services here.
Darling spoke about the new EP, saying, “When I listen to the Darling EP, I hear a grown-up version of me. I feel like someone who’s let go and allowed myself to share some messy emotions. It sounds like freedom and takes me back to those first records that influenced me as a kid. There’s something in my soul that connects with those driving songs that take you somewhere, and throughout this entire collection, I feel that. I love who I’ve become through this body of work, and it’s helped heal some wounds. I’m so grateful to my producers, Cameron Jaymes and Emily Shackleton, for building this world with me.”
The full tracklist for the EP includes:
- “Waves” (Sarah Darling, Joe Hammell, Rebecca Powell
- “Song Still Gets Me” (Emily Shackelton, Carly Pearce, Gordie Sampson
- “Pretender” (Sarah Darling, Cameron Jaymes, Emily Shackleton
- “Hungover” (Sarah Darling, Rob Russell, Ten Townes
“Get To Me” (Sarah Darling, Cameron Jaymes, Emily Shackleton)
Darling’s first release and focal track off the EP, “Get To Me,” is co-written by Darling and the EP’s co-producers Cameron Jaymes and Emily Shackleton, available here.
Darling spoke about the focal track saying, “‘ Get To Me’ paints those messy emotions. Letting go of someone can be the hardest thing you ever do, and it doesn’t happen in a straight line. You can say you’re over someone, travel the world, distract yourself, and that someone still finds a way to get inside your head.”
By collaborating with writers and producers in Nashville, Los Angeles, and the UK, Darling has developed a distinct, contemporary country sound. She has been attracting ever-larger audiences to her pure vocals and unique brand of country music with performances at C2C Berlin, C2C London, Nashville Meets London, and the Cambridge Folk Festival. She has over 20 million streams on Spotify and Apple Music and has over 90 appearances on the Grand Ole Opry stage. She has appeared on BBC Breakfast, BBC One Sunday Morning Live, iTV Weekend, TBS’ Conan, FOX & Friends, HLN Morning Express with Robin Meade, ABC’s The Bachelor, and Total Country TV. Called ‘a sophisticated songwriter with a crisp, powerful voice’ by The New York Times, Darling has been tagged ‘Nashville’s Darling’ by Music City’s Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Fans can expect to see Darling on the road in the coming months. She is set to perform in select cities across the U.S., supporting the new music. Darling has been on the road touring since April and continues the run in New York, NY, on May 20, with appearances in other U.S. cities to follow.
Upcoming tour dates/cities include:
May 20 – New York, NY – Rockwood Music Hall
May 21 – Philadelphia, PA – Milkboy
May 22 – Washington, DC – Pie Shop
May 25 – Bluffton, SC – Roasting Room
May 26 – Decatur, GA – Eddie’s Attic
June 9 – Austin, TX – The 04 Center
June 10 – Houston, TX – McGonigel’s Mucky Duck
June 11 – Denton, TX – Andy’s Bar
June 16 – Nashville, TN – 3rd and Lindsley