Sarah Darling: Gig Review


Country artist Sarah Darling embraces her tour in the UK by opening at the Union Chapel in London. If you haven’t see her perform yet, take advantage whilst she is still in the UK.


The show was opened by Katie Pruitt and Twinnie. They most certainly warmed up the crowd ready for Sarah’s arrival. Sarah began the show entering the stage with her band in tow and performing her ‘You Don’t Have to Be Lonely Tonight’. The acoustics in the venue were fantastic and made this track even more beautiful (if that’s possible).


She performed some of her older tracks such as ‘Where Cowboys Ride’ and ‘Tell That Devil’. These were definitely crowd pleasers and you couldn’t see a head that wasn’t bobbing along to the tunes. We were provided with a wonderful rendition of The Smith’s ‘Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want’. Sarah uses the theme of stars and astrology in her songs quite frequently and we begin that journey with her ballad ‘Starry Eyes’. This is a beautiful track and it is even more so when played live. Her vocals combined with the band sent goose bumps up your arms.

Sarah introduces the audience to Jessica Sharman and together they provide a phenomenal of Diamonds which then transforms in a cover of Coldplay’s ‘Yellow’. It was performed flawlessly and you really felt a sense of girl power up on that stage.


One of the best tracks performed that night has to go to Sarah’s song ‘More Issues Than Vogue’. It is just such a great track and it sounds just as good live as it does on a CD. Later on, Sarah welcomed back Kate Pruitt and together they sung a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s song ‘Landslide’. Their vocals blended beautifully together and hopefully we can expect to see a collaboration from them soon!


The show is rounded up as Sarah explains about her fascination with stars and we are taken into her track ‘Halley’s Comet’. She then returns for a fantastic encore of her song ‘Stargazer’.

If you haven’t booked tickets for Sarah Darling’s UK tour already then we suggest you get on it. She gives a fantastic show and that coupled with an incredible band and amazing vocals, what more could you want?


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Amy Curtis is 22 years-old and the creator of Lyrically-Speaking Magazine. She graduated from UOS, Ipswich in October 2017 and spends her free-time listening to new independent artists. Amy enjoys playing her Xbox, travelling and getting her hands on any book she can find. "Love what you do. Do what you love!"


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