Shropshire singer-songwriter Sabine wrote “How Do You Sleep At Night” five years ago and finally brought it to life in the studio in 2019. The track is out now along with a music video that captured the recording process. The single will also be followed by an acoustic version of the track later in the year.
“How Do You Sleep At Night” differs from Sabine’s previous soulful ballads and features a viola cameo and an excellent electric guitar riff, creating a tense, but fast-paced sound matching her smooth yet powerful voice.
Sabine finds inspiration in female singer-songwriters such as Joan Armatrading, Gabrielle and Colbie Caillat. Her style can be characterized as chilled pop with flavours of folk and contemporary country and has been compared with Amy Wadge and Oh Wonder.
In 2020, some tracks from her second EP earned her a nomination for both ‘Record of the Week’ and ‘Record of the Month’ on BBC Introducing Radio Shropshire and led her to appear in the California magazine Music Connection, as part of their ‘New Music Critiques’. She also recently took part in the Shropshire Virtual Show as well as in the Oxjam online festival.
Sabine has said she would return to the recording studio later in the year to record brand new tracks.
Watch the music video for “How Do You Sleep At Night” below: