Maybe I Will See You At The End Of The World is the new album from Sydney Sprague. Released on February 26, prepare for your next indie rock obsession.
Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, Sydney is outspoken and ready to face the world. Her album Maybe I Will See You At The End Of The World reflects her strength of character and her refusal to hold her tongue, even on subjects that might be off-limits, such as politics and Trump (about whom Sydney wrote a diss-track called ‘A-Bomb’).
object permanence is the first single from the new album, the video for which see’s Sydney going stir crazy stuck at home by herself (sound familiar?). The song is about settling into a state of comfort whilst being alone, the pain of separation and how to just deal with it.
Listeners will be able to relate the lyrics of object permanence to the state of the world in 2021 as many find themselves disconnected from the real world, living some sort of false reality.
In 2020, Sydney released various singles such as steve and I refuse to die which have been taken from the forthcoming album. Armed with her guitar and a talent for song writing, Sydney is set to get her catchy tunes stuck in your head and get people talking.
If you were a fan of Avril Lavigne or Paramore’s Hailey Williams back in the day, then you’ll be thrown back to your teenage years listening to Maybe I Will See You At The End Of The World. Sydney’s voice stands out against heavy electric guitar with her lyrics honest and her potential limitless.
The world didn’t know it needed an indie rock revival, but Sydney has arrived to start the movement.
Listen to Sydney Sprague’s album, Maybe I Will See You At The End Of The World, below:
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