Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Sara Vian. We already reviewed her music in the past but here we are again for her fantastic new single Brighter Days.
Sara Vian reconfirms herself with her unique style;
essential and simple music but full of passion.
Whilst listening to “Brighter Days” I was struck by the beautiful sound of the acoustic guitar, magisterially played by David Setterfield from folk-rock band, Strange Folk; so bright and warm with gentle strumming accompanying poetic lyrics co-written with Chris Watson from Music Eye (music promo).
A song of hope ideal for such a dark period for the world.
The sinuous and charming voice of Sara completes this work with refined backing vocals and choruses which emphasize certain passages, underlining and accentuating the enchanting melodic movements.
The guitar’s solo is also beautiful with delicate notes which fall like raindrops into the sea and become one with the emotive stirrings
Brighter Days is Sara Vian’s Single Out Now!
A song that touches the heart!
Super-duo Sara Vian and David Setterfield are set to release their second collaboration, “Brighter Days” – an uplifting acoustic jazz-folk fusion with Spanish influences to spirit you away from the grueling grey into sunnier vistas!
Sara Vian is a singer/songwriter from Frome in Somerset. Her debut EP earned the title of Frome’s fastest-selling local independent artist, she has jammed with Peewee Ellis and supported Martha Tilston. She also hosts the Frome Music Industry Network and co-rewrites reviews for Music Eye.
David Setterfield is the guitarist in folk-rock band, Strange Folk and also lives in Frome.