March 6th, 2022 10:30pm Stage 3
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“Meet the woman with the most world-weary voice in music: She's most assuredly creating the soundtrack to whatever becomes the next The Craft or Natural Born Killers — a little bit industrial grime, a little bit shoegaze, a little bit dark af - Refinery29
“…A Southern-psych dreamland, bottling up ghosts and bringing them to life through her ethereal hymns." - Huffington Post
“Sarrano can morph from angel to devil in the same song. The looming atmosphere of dread and submission conjured turns over a new page in Southern Gothic storytelling" —Pop Matters
“While Sarrano’s music has always maintained an elemental quality, her voice, lonesome and beautiful, remains purely ethereal. It’s the convergence of these two qualities that makes her songwriting so transportive; enduring mysticism. - Immersive Atlanta
"Deeply poetic and musically pastoral, her fourth album recalls a heavy and transcendent landscape—reinforcing the title that Americana UK bestowed upon her as ‘The New Queen of Shoegaze.’ Sarrano, part of the music scene of Athens, GA, has called Nashville home since 2015.” She has released four LPs, a live Ep with strings, several singles, books of paintings/lyrics, and won music video awards. Her songs and scores have been featured in network television shows and installations both at home and abroad. She has toured heavily, headlining tours in the US and Europe, as well as collaborating with/supporting artists like Drive-By Truckers, Television, Cracker, and more. Her next album is expected to be released early 2021.
Press likened the album to “the twang of Cowboy Junkies/Margo Timmins, the look-to-the-sky dreaminess of Harriet Wheeler/The Sundays, the obtuse pop hooks of Polly Jean Harvey, the feedback of Jesus + Mary Chain, the production values of Beach House and the modern hooks of Nicole Dollanganger.” High and descriptive praise, yet even all of that might be limiting when it comes to defining the latest creative vision from one of the Classic City’s most imaginative musical exports.” -Stomp and Stammer