The Single Girl:
The Cadbury Sisters,
“Sarah” EP

The Cadbury Sisters have returned with a cool, new, alternative folk/pop sound and I for one am extremely excited about it. The trio’s latest EP, “Sarah” is a musical treat for the ears from start to finish; overflowing with gorgeous harmonies, emotive lyrics, and bold, anthemic sounds.

Title track “Sarah” is named after the girls’ mother, as an homage to how important she is to all three sisters. If I was Sarah right now, I’d be beaming with uncontrollable pride and probably shedding a little tear—but that’s just me. “Sarah” feels like it could easily be a Haim song; filled dark, ominous tones, and a deep, driving drum beat playing throughout creating the perfect radio friendly song.

Other tracks such as “Drifting” and “Doing The Same” give off more of an alternative/pop vibe that feels similar to the likes of Zero 7’s dark, edgy, electronic sound. Both tracks—actually all tracks on the EP to be honest—are beautifully finished off with clear-cut vocals and effortlessly tight harmonies.

“Sleepless Nights” is a more stripped down track compared to the rest of the EP, giving a nice little change of pace for your listening pleasure, whereas “Get This Feeling” is probably the most upbeat track on “Sarah”—not far from an early Fleetwood Mac vibe, if you ask me.

All in all, “Sarah” is a marvellously put together EP and a great next step for the girls since the release of their debut EP “Close.” Catch the girls at a number of festivals this summer, including their debut performance at Glastonbury.

“Sarah” is out now via Fear of Fiction Records. You can follow The Cadbury Sisters on Twitter.

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