Chrxstal Sarah unveils brand new track ‘Growing Pains’
Author: Link Up TV Admin | Thursday 9th September 2021
Growing Pains searches for acceptance, love and peace, whilst emulating a calming aura. The single’s dreamy guitar piano beat, throbbing violin coat, and brooding bassline all capture the hypotonic musical experience. The Los Angeles R&B singer quotes “Growing Pains" is about being caught in the liminal space. The strenuous, life-altering place in between who you once were and who you're becoming. It's difficult to shed your skin and let go of everything that may have kept you safe but also stagnant. It's about attempting to accept the changes and leaning into your truest, most authentic self. Even if you're not quite sure who that is yet.”
Chrxstal Sarah’s healing sentiment paints the raw picture of finding yourself and loving every flaw. The single is a powerful representation of how fear can control our lives, The Los Angeles singer wants freedom from the pain. Chrxstal Sarah made a name for herself with her single ‘Starry Eyes, ’ which flexed her soulful vocals and high-riff harmonies - this gained the attention of labels Future Classic and Mom+Pop and publications like DUMMY Mag, amongst many others.
Singer, songwriter, and producer Chrxstal Sarah grew up singing in church and school choirs before picking up the guitar and piano to begin her own musical journey. Born and raised in Los Angeles, the songstress has crafted a unique, indie R&B sound filled with soulful vocals, spacious harmonies, and expansive beats, while also experimenting with different genres and production techniques. Her single, "Starry Eyes" caught the attention of labels Future Classic and Mom+Pop as well as publications like DUMMY Mag, amongst many others. Since then, her tracks have been featured on several Spotify editorial playlists including Fresh Finds, Fresh Finds: The Wave, Stations: Today's R&B, and Leo playlists as well as labels Mom + Pop and Future Classic playlists, Future Classic Recommends, DJBooth, DiscoverNu, and many more.