South-Asian songwriter Saachi Sen releases new single 'Dark'
Saachi Sen's new single 'Dark' releases on October 11th 2019, boldly exploring themes of racism, stereotyping, and identity.
The song was performed live on the World Stage at Pride in London this year to an incredible reception, drawing praise from many prominent figures in London's LGBTQ+ music community, including pop star Sinitta.
'Dark' was part-recorded at Abbey Road and mastered at London's Metropolis Studios, produced with Marco Rinaldi (Abbey Road Institute) and Ramera Abraham (Spotify Secret Genius). It will be the lead single for Saachi's debut solo EP, releasing in summer 2020.
Read more about Saachi's personal story of the song 'Dark' at www.saachisen.com/dark.
Saachi Sen is a Mumbai – born, London – grown, indie-pop singer songwriter, whose style echoes the likes of Norah Jones and Sara Bareilles. She’s been a Resident Artist at Camden's Roundhouse, and is a past recipient of PRS for Music’s Lynsey de Paul songwriting prize. 2019 saw her reach the longlist of Glastonbury’s Emerging Talent Competition and play to 10,000 people at Pride in London in Trafalgar Square. Saachi is set to release several tracks over the upcoming year, with recordings done at Abbey Road and Spotify Secret Genius @ Metropolis, London. Read more at www.saachisen.com/epk.