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SARAH MICHIE - DANGERS OF HUBRIS

WE REVIEW THE NEW EP FROM SARAH MICHIE – DANGERS OF HUBRIS

Birmingham’s SARAH MICHIE steps into the spotlight with her debut EP, “Dangers of Hubris,” and it’s a couple of songs that resonates with both vulnerability and strength. Comprising two tracks, “Someones Sometimes” and “Icarus,” MICHIE’s EP showcases a powerhouse of vocals and a lyrical exploration that delves into the ambitions and self-worth of the younger generation.

“Someones Sometimes” kicks off the EP with an ethereal charm. MICHIE’s vocals are nothing short of stunning, carrying a rich, beautiful tone that immediately captivates the listener. The track begins with delicate keyboard notes, gradually building into a crescendo that serves as a testament to MICHIE’s vocal prowess.

SARAH MICHIE - DANGERS OF HUBRIS

“Icarus” takes a different route, opening with a piano that sets a poignant tone. MICHIE’s vocal delivery is nothing short of breathtaking, injecting life into the catchy chorus that ensnares the ear. The simplicity of the piano-driven arrangement allows her vocals to shine, creating a dynamic contrast to the EP’s opener.

Dangers of Hubris tackles the ambitions of the younger generation, delving into themes of self-worth and the pursuit of deserving more in life. The lyrical content adds depth to the experience, inviting the listener to reflect on their own aspirations and the obstacles they may encounter on the journey.

MICHIE sets the stage for what could be a captivating musical journey for years to come. This EP is a taste of her potential, leaving us eager to witness more.

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