Sapphire Henson Released Mesmerizing New Track ‘Deep End’
Sapphire Henson, a solo artist based in London, releases her third EP, “False Nostalgia.” In the EP, the artist combines the indie and synth-pop genres, ushering in a fresh wave of nostalgia. The beginning and primary source of inspiration for the entire composition of “False Nostalgia” was “Deep End.” The synth in the song and the astute harmony produce a work of music that is distinct in depth and style.
“‘Deep End’ was written in my college dorm room in about two hours. It made one neighbor in particular unhappy, but I had to write it. Another three months passed before I was able to produce something with the instrumentation that felt right. My phone was used to record the first draft, which was an acoustic guitar cover. One of my favorite songs has got to be this one. I adhered to the “Keep It Simple, Stupid” (KISS) philosophy when writing music; in my opinion, this is the most productive approach. Don’t make the meaning too complicated. Write it like a story if it’s a story, and address it to someone if it’s a thought. The song’s various rhythms are pleasing to my ears, and it was a blast to record the harmonies. Overall, I wanted to make something that gave me the impression that I had briefly traveled through time to a memory that I really treasured. I think I succeeded with this song.” -Sapphire Henson
Sapphire Henson’s EP, “False Nostalgia,” also includes the songs “Running Up That Hill,” “Will I See You Again,” and “Angels Weep” in addition to “Deep End.” The album of songs is a prime example of the Artist’s ability to transform poetry and life experience into universally appealing music.
Check out her new song here!
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