Irish Pop Singer/Songwriter Sarah McTernan is set to release her (2022) debut single ‘Gotta Get Out’ on 22nd April.
Sarah began her original music journey in 2021, where she accumulated two NO1’s on the iTunes charts and landed on NO5 in the Irish Homegrown Charts with her latest single ‘Heavy On My Heart’.
Her upcoming single ‘Gotta Get Out’ describes the internal, hidden struggles of anxiety and being trapped inside your own thoughts. The song addresses the power that anxiety holds over you, until you release the fear and embrace your inner strength. Sarah is influenced hugely by Daughter, Becky Hill and Ava Max. The Track was co-written with Darren Martyn. Recorded in ‘DM Unsigned’ Recording Studios London, Mixed and Produced by Darren Martyn. Mastered by Andres Mayo.
Sarah’s music brings us a cocktail of soulful vocals alongside Electro Pop music. She is hugely influenced by Electro-pop/dance music and specifically artists such as Becky Hill, Ava Max and Bebe Rexha. However, she is also hugely influenced by more soulful singers; Lauren Hill, Adele and Amy Winehouse.
Irish Singer/Songwriter Sarah McTernan began her career with an audition for The Voice of Ireland in 2015 with judges: Bressie, Una Healy, Kian Egan and Rachel Stevens, with an exceptional audition of ‘Who you are’ by Jessie J. All four judges turned their chairs and fought it out to be picked as Sarah’s mentor. After an indecisive wait, it was Rachel Stevens who would lead Sarah to the final and finish in third place of the competition.
With success and recognition from The Voice, Sarah went on to perform in venues all over Europe to thousands of people and represented Ireland in Eurovision, before returning to Ireland where she has been writing and recording new material.
Sarah’s debut single ‘Loving You’ came in February 2021, which went #2 on the itunes charts and entered the homegrown charts. Since then she has released her second single ‘Close My Eyes’ and latest track ‘Heavy On My Heart’ to which both singles went straight to #1 on the iTunes charts and #5/#10 on the Official Homegrown Irish charts.
We can expect a lot more new music from the songstress this year.
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