Sarah de Warren started writing at the age of 13, but her passion really developed when she moved schools at 14, where her songwriting became a powerful outlet for her feelings. She'd spend hours at the piano, weaving emotive melodies around honest, moving lyrics.
By the age of 18, de Warren had already gained a wealth of experience after performing live around her hometown Weymouth, and so moved to Manchester to begin her music career. Immersing herself in the vibrant music scene of the North West, de Warren began gigging several times a week and created a tangible buzz around her music.
For de Warren, working with producers is a key element to her music. Her work draws on electronic themes – comparable to the sounds of BANKS, Delilah, and Likke Li – resulting in a soulful, alt-pop vibe. Whether recorded or live, de Warren’s music is transcending with an abundance of personality which connects with the audience.
Having supported the likes of Andy Jordan, Far East Movement and Imperial Leisure, de Warren is set to break the scene with her own hard work and incredible sound.