Stranger To Me Now
When someone falls off a 60 foot cliff and lives to tell the tale, it's highly probable that there's a good reason. Sheep bone enthusiast and fiery minded Sarah Caltieri is just one of those people. Having shown her face at the House of Lords in Westminster for a debate, the Scottish performer knows what she wants and has her reasons. Anyone in her way had better watch out! Scottish TV has put her on the box, and so has the national GMTV show enjoyed by millions before work. After performing with Sir Ray Davies and basking in consistent radio play across the land, Sarah Caltieri is truly ready for this new surge towards the glittering hall of fame.
Stranger To Me Now takes Sarah's unique pop signature sound and turns it into another memorable packet of music. It begins with a silky solo from Sarah Caltieri, showing us exactly how accurate and beautiful her voice is. Then, like a clap of thunder, the upbeat rock chords of a distorted electric guitar begin to add padding. It's a great composition, energy pushes the words forward in the form of neatly placed drums and inflections of glissando from the strings. She tells the story of a heart led down the path and given no reason to stay in the garden. Independence rules this spirit and a dream isn't enough to keep this girl on focus. Let's make some great music and let the world enjoy it. It's real.
Check out the track on Soundcloud.