"fresh and off-the-beaten-path pop sound with clear, soothing vocals and melodies — all while telling a vibrant story of isolation and catharsis"
-Sarah John, Blended
Sabrina Song’s music is a blueprint for how to break and unbreak your own heart. Within a constant state of contemplation, Song works through overcoming self-doubt, loneliness, and growing pains. The sole producer and writer of her music, Song is a Long Island native now based in Brooklyn, and an alum of NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music. Drawing from indie singer-songwriter and indie rock influences like Samia, Carole King and Mitski, Song makes introspective, cathartic indie pop.
Usually a regular performer in NYC, Sabrina crafted sets for virtual festivals like Tigris Stay-In Fest and the first annual Voyeur Festival in 2020, while working towards the October release of her sophomore EP How's It Going To End? Featured in outlets like Fashionably Early and Pure Nowhere, the EP explores the impact of past relationships on future ones, weaving old voice memos and videos into the production of each track. Song premiered How's It Going To End? live in Sofar Sounds' Listening Room, landing her house-inspired single "Say It Like That" on the Spotify editorial "Keep Listening: Sofar’s Listening Room" playlist.
In April 2021, she returned with her single “Thaw,” and an accompanying music video directed by Zachary Dov Wiesel (Mia Gladstone, Rodney Chrome). “Thaw,” featured on Spotify’s “Fresh Finds: Indie” editorial playlist, explores the slowness of healing, and how painful change can be even when it’s for the better. Her live performance of the single for NPR’s 2021 Tiny Desk Contest was a favorite of Phoebe Bridgers, leading her to be featured in NPR’s Top Shelf series on All Songs Considered.
Song's creative endeavors have led her to perform on stages of all sizes, from Brooklyn staple Elsewhere to Boston Symphony Hall. Utilizing her diverse skill set, Song strives to uplift other female creatives by curating all-female lineups for her shows, designing zines with submissions from her peers, and collaborating with female photographers, artists and designers. Her latest single “Good Night,” inspired by nights out in Brooklyn and the transition in and out of isolation, premiered in NYLON in October.