Sarasara // In Short

Blending atmospheric R&B and spectral, industrial electronica, Sarasara is an undeniably compelling avant-garde voice. Her debut album Amor Fati earned her resounding acclaim and firmly established the Parisian artist as a potent, enigmatic creative force.

Having moved from Paris to the burgeoning artistic hub of Margate at the beginning of last year, Sarasara’s second album Orgone sees her further push the boundaries of her sound and very much reflects on the existential fluctuations she was going through during the record’s creation. A beautiful, brooding work of art, Orgone further establishes Sarasara’s reputation as an infinitely unique, captivating talent.

Ahead of releasing her new album and playing a show at St Pancras Old Church this evening, we caught up with Sarasara to find out a little more about the enigmatic artist.

Three words to describe my music

In the moment

Last photo on your phone…

a MOD DUO X, a new toy I’m currently beta testing for MOD DEVICES Germany, I’m at the Wallifornia Music Tech in Belgium.

Favourite instagram account… 

@eirinnhayhow, she’s an amazing anti-fast fashion designer, we’ve been working together for 2 years, and she’s also my best friend

The best venue I’ve played…

The Standard Hotel in New York city, rooftop venue with view on the skyline, dreamy.

The song I can’t listen to…

In my feelings from Drake, no I’m joking, I actually love it.

The worst job I’ve ever had…

I worked in a Mac Donalds as a student, I got fired after 2 days.

My favourite meal to cook…

Baba Ghanoush specialist

If I was in a tribute band it would be…

Tribute to Depeche Mode

My Favourite word….

Faith

If I had a superpower I’d want it to be…

At the moment, teleportation

If I could play a gig anywhere it would be…

I’d like to go to South America, I miss speaking Spanish

I think you should listen to… 

TAMIW, an amazing Japanese band we discovered in Nara

If I could see anyone play live it would be…

I want to see Björk’s Cornucopia show !

Sarasara plays St Panacras Old Church tonight, get tickets here. Her new album Orgone comes out tomorrow.