Sarah Krimson is back with her brand-new single ‘Urban Melancholia’ infused with intense and
hopeful tones that will capture the listener’s attention from the very first note.
The melancholy production on ‘Urban Melancholia’ features drums, guitar, and synths,
accompanied by her beautiful vocals that bring the song to life. The simple yet gripping
production paired with emotive vocals creates an atmosphere of sorrow that is immediately
engaging with the alternative indie-pop genre flavours.
Inspired by ‘Nightcall’ by Kavinsky, Sarah Krimson wanted a good lead single from her
upcoming extended play and already had the title ‘Urban Melancholia’ in mind. She wanted a
song that gives off melancholic vibes but also powerful and perfect to listen to at night. She sat
on her bed and grabbed her guitar, and the melody for the chorus just popped up. The verses
followed naturally, too. It took her around five minutes to create the first draft and the song was
fully completed in about 15-20 minutes.
Sarah Krimson comments on the song, “Home is not where you are from, it is where you
Recommended! Check out the private music video for ‘Urban Melancholia’ on Youtube: \