Nashville singer and songwriter Sadie Fine starts the year with what is (in our view) her most impressive release yet.
Created alongside Stefan Skarbek (noted for his work with Amy Winehouse, Spice Girls, Lily Allen and more) and emerging producer Nabes, new single ‘Detox’ is a beautifully constructed piece of melancholic pop that looks at toxic love. Elaborating on the song, Fine explains:
“‘Detox’ is about the struggles of being in a toxic relationship. ‘Detox’ is also the first song where I started using fast paced, rap style, lyrical delivery with my acoustic guitar.”
If you’re lucky enough to be based in Nashville then be sure to check out Fine’s residency at Moxy – details can be found here.
While pop newcomer Sadie Fine is still only 16-years of age, this promising starlet’s work has already received attention from noted tastemakers like A1234 and Lefuturewave, as well as landing spots on flagship Spotify playlists.
Melodic new single ‘Use Me’ continues to build on Fine’s momentum, and presents listeners with a gorgeously emotive and melancholic mix of indie and pop.
“I wrote ‘Use Me’ when I was only 14 years old. I was watching a TikTok where a girl was describing a relationship where the guy she liked just used her. The pain inspired me and you can hear it in the song. I hope you enjoy this beautiful yet painful song!”
The song follows on from Sadie’s first single, ‘Grow Up’, and will feature as part of her upcoming debut EP.