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Single Review: Sarya – Nothing

Sarya - performer

Edinburgh-based Taiwanese American artist sarya’s ‘nothing’ is a poignant reflection of heartbreak. Here they stray away from their familiar soft electronic sound: instead, it’s smothered with tangible emotion, the cries of heartbreak conveyed tenderly through sarya’s wispy yet whole voice.

The focus on acoustic guitar and sarya’s vocals is in turn soothing and arresting, creating intrigue as to what’s to come for this ever-growing artist.

‘Nothing’ is available to stream now

Review by Abbie Aitken

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