Drowning by Sarah Anne Fernandez: Review
Deep and evocative music is one of my personal favorites. Upon hearing “Drowning” by Sarah Anne Fernandez, I received a familiar vibe, and immediately got hooked on it. The song is quite pleasant to hear, it has intriguing and heartfelt lyrics too! The beat structure and piano-driven atmosphere created a rhythmic notion that anyone can find peace.
Sarah takes the center stage with her sweet voice. She has a clear essence in her singing ability, and the sway in her style is truly wonderful. The clean piano arrangement has a delightful tune. Mostly the higher octaves are played and add a very nice feel to the track. The percussion is minimal and gets the job done by adding a subtle layer to the track. There are some synthesizer elements in the song and it sounds like a celestial pop track. Thus, as you’re orbiting in your zone of space travel, make sure to stop and see the marvel of Sarah’s melody throughout “Drowning”. At the end of the song, a choir-like exit is present and it sounds heavenly and very calming.
Drowning is Sarah’s latest single. The title of the song speaks volumes and expresses the very epitome of this feeling. The track captures the essence of what it’s like to be constantly overwhelmed by feelings of insecurity. By contrasting a unified voice with more personal lyrics, Sarah offers a compelling piece that is equally familiar, and iconic and reflects upon herself.
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Photo credits: Lisa Profeta
Review by: Damien Reid