Another great musical exclusive for you today as we premiere ‘Indian Summer’, the new single by Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Sarah McGowan
oday, Songwriting is proud to present yet another exclusive, with today’s “hear it here first” gem coming from Brooklyn’s Sarah McGowan, a New York native who’s been writing and performing her own material since the tender age of 14.
Sarah is a graduate of New York University, where as part of her studies she moved to Buenos Aires for four months to study Latin American music, which she says remains a strong influence for her. After graduating in 2013, she undertook an internship at Manhattan’s Engine Room Audio, where she honed her production and engineering chops under the watchful eye of J Chris Griffin. A regular on the Big Apple’s live circuit, she’s played such iconic venues as The Bitter End and Arlene’s Grocery, and was a featured artist at this year’s CMJ music festival.
The languid, aching, folk-tinged ballad that is Indian Summer is both her brand-new single, and the title track of her first EP, which is due for release in late January. And here, without further ado, it is…
To find out more about Sarah, visit her official website.