The Londoner’s third EP is set for release on 14th November.
Released via Slow Dance, Sarah Meth co-produced the EP with London band Sorry‘s Louis O Bryen. STEPS sees Meth take her past experiences with sexual trauma and craft an EP that emanates strength in the face of something horrific.
“STEPS EP is about moving forward into the unknown,” Sarah says of the forthcoming release. “I never intended to create a project around sexual trauma, but making these songs at the time played a big role in helping me process a way of accepting and taking ownership over some things that have happened. I hope it brings a distinct vulnerability and perspective to the subject matter.”
Working with O Bryen has allowed Meth’s lo-fi style to come together with more enriched production and the two work side by side fantastically on the record. Meth doesn’t allow the subject matter to bring down the atmosphere and injects punches of power throughout, moving through her experiences in a reflective way.
The artist’s Leak Your Own Blues EP, featuring the track ‘Blue‘, arrived last year.
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