What's the worst that could happen? Sydney Sprague teases her debut album with another exceptional single.
Confessional, journal-like lyrics paired with slick guitar-pop and Sprague's distinctive vocals are the perfect recipe. Get ready to become obsessed as this exciting newcomer introduces herself a little bit more with every component piece of her upcoming first record maybe i will see you at the end of the world.
Set for the release at the beginning of next year, "staircase failure" is the third track to be lifted from it. “I wanted this song to feel like uncontrollably falling down the stairs,” Sprague explains of the latest single. "It’s about falling in love so bad that it hurts, and the adrenaline rush that comes along with that. Its big chaos energy.”
Based in Phoenex, Arizona the singer/songwriter's witty pop takes have foundations with '90s icons Britney Spears and *NSYNC, but really it's Avril Lavigne's angsty, no holds barred approach that fuelled Sprague's fire to make music which is uncompromsing and unapologetic.
Touted as "music for the end of the world", with any luck Sprague and her music will take over the world next year. If previous singles "i refuse to die" and "steve" are anything to go by, on quality alone Sprague is already a dominating force.